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Put jumper at diagnostic port between terminals e1 and te1 and with ignition on check enginenad it flashes 2-3-3, what is that code

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i have a 93 toyota camry and going down the road just giving it a little gas it will shut down. it will run great setting their but get to go no more then 20 mph driving me crazy can afford to get a pro but i need to know how to do the check engine light obd two will not do it help going crazy

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How do you read a computer on an 1986 toyota pickup


Jumper the TE1 terminal to the E1 terminal in the diagnostic connector with the ignition switch on and the check engine light will flash the codes. I think the diagnostic test connector is under the hood on the drivers side near the strut support and air filter box. It has a hinged plastic top about 3/4" x 1-1/2" in size. the terminal labels are inside the cap.

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Ignition timing for 1989 toyota corrolla


1988-95 MODELS
See Figures 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
This service procedure is for setting base ignition timing. Refer to underhood emission sticker for any additional service procedure steps and/or specifications.
These engines require a tachometer hook-up to the check connector-see illustrations. NEVER allow the tachometer terminal to become grounded; severe and expensive damage can occur to the coil and/or igniter.
Some tachometers are not compatible with this ignition system, confirm the compatibility of your unit before using.
  1. Warm the engine to normal operating temperature. Turn off all electrical accessories. Do not attempt to check timing specification or idle speed on a cold engine.



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Fig. Fig. 6: Attach the tachometer to the battery and check connector terminals

  1. Connect a tachometer (connect the tachometer (+) terminal to the terminal IG- of the check connector) and check the engine idle speed to be sure it is within the specification given in the Tune-Up Specifications chart or underhood emission sticker.
  2. Remove the cap on the diagnostic check connector. Using a small jumper wire or Special Service Tool SST 09843-18020, short terminals TE1 (test terminal No. 1) and E1 (earth-ground) together.
  3. If the timing marks are difficult to see, shut the engine OFF and use a dab of paint or chalk to make them more visible.
  4. Connect a timing light according to the manufacturer's instructions.



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Fig. Fig. 7: Early type of check connector and SST tool (jumper wire) for base timing adjustment


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Fig. Fig. 8: Using the SST 09843-18020 or a jumper wire, connect terminals TE1 and E1 of the DLC1 (also used on OBD-II)


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Fig. Fig. 9: Ignition timing marks 4A-GE engine-note the small notch on the pulley, this is the mark to align with the degree scale


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Fig. Fig. 10: Timing marks 4A-FE and 7A-FE engines

  1. Start the engine and use the timing light to observe the timing marks. With the jumper wire in the check connector the timing should be to specifications (refer to underhood emission sticker as necessary) with the engine fully warmed up (at correct idle speed) and the transmission in correct position. If the timing is not correct, loosen the bolts at the distributor just enough so that the distributor can be turned. Turn the distributor to advance or ****** the timing as required. Once the proper marks are seen to align with the timing light, timing is correct.



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Fig. Fig. 11: If necessary, loosen the 2 mounting bolts and turn the distributor to adjust the timing

  1. Without changing the position of the distributor, tighten the distributor bolts and double check the timing with the light (check idle speed as necessary).
  2. Disconnect the jumper wire or Special Service Tool (SST) at the diagnostic check connector.

This jumper will be used repeatedly during diagnostics in later sections. Take the time to make a proper jumper with correct terminals or probes. It's a valuable special tool for very low cost.
  1. Refer to the underhood emission sticker for timing specification and any additional service procedure steps. If necessary, repeat the timing adjustment procedure.
  2. Shut the engine OFF and disconnect all test equipment. Roadtest the vehicle for proper operation.

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How do i check a code on my 93 toyota pickup without a scaner


If you tell me which engine you have, I can also provide the code list.
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  1. Make sure the battery voltage is at least 11 volts.
  2. Make sure the throttle valve is fully closed.
  3. Place the gear shift lever in Neutral. Turn all accessories off.
  4. The engine should be at normal operating temperature.
  5. Using a jumper wire, connect terminals TE1 and E1 of the Data Link Connector 1 (DLC1).
  6. Turn the ignition switch ON , but do not start the engine. Read the diagnostic code by the counting the number of flashes of the malfunction indicator lamp.
  7. Codes will flash in numerical order. If no faults are stored, the lamp flashes continuously every 1 / 2 second. This is sometimes called the Normal or System Clear signal.
  8. After the diagnosis check, turn the ignition OFF and remove the jumper wire.
  9. Compare the codes found to the applicable diagnostic code chart. If necessary, refer to the individual component tests in this section. If the component tests are OK, test the wire harness and connectors for shorts, opens and poor connections.

Oct 13, 2011 | 1993 Toyota Pickup

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How do I find the problem when the check engine light is on? Auto parts store tell me their macine is for 1996 and later.


You have the On Board Diagnostic 1 system which applied to most vehicles through 1995. In 1996, the OBD 2 system took effect.

So on your Toyota, the way to read out your codes is with the check engine light itself. When you make a connection with a "jumper" wire and turn the ignition key to on (but not start), the check engine light will flash a series of codes. The connection to make is in a small black box under the hood called the "test connector". The box will be labeled "diagnostic" or "diag". The cover flips open and on the inside of the cover there is a chart showing what each test terminal is for. Using a small jumper wire or a paper clip, connect the two terminals TE1 and E1. Now grab paper and pen and sit in the driver's seat and turn the key to on (not start). The check engine light will start flashing the code(s). The two digit code(s) will repeat until you turn off the key.

A sample code of "35" will look like three flashes at about 1 second intervals followed by a 2-3 second pause then 5 flashes at about one second intervals. There will be another 2-3 sec. pause between codes. Write down all the codes. Turn off the key. Remove the jumper wire from the test connector. You can look up the codes on-line or here or a dealer or parts store should be able to tell you the code definition.

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Does a 91 toyota camry have an outlet for a diagnostic code reader? It is a Can OBD2 diagnostic code reader


Hi, OBD2 didn't start until 1996, but you can extract your codes manually. You have to run a jumper in the data link connector under the hood. See procedure below. If you can tell me which engine you have, I may be able to provide the table of codes.


1982-95 MODELS All models except the 1MZ-FE engine is equipped with OBD I till 1995.

  1. Make sure the battery voltage is at least 11 volts.
  2. Make sure the throttle valve is fully closed.
  3. Place the gear shift lever in Neutral. Turn all accessories off.
  4. The engine should be at normal operating temperature.
  5. Using a jumper wire, connect terminals TE1 and E1 of the Data Link Connector 1 (DLC1).
  6. Turn the ignition switch ON , but do not start the engine. Read the diagnostic code by the counting the number of flashes of the malfunction indicator lamp.
  7. Codes will flash in numerical order. If no faults are stored, the lamp flashes continuously every 1 / 2 second. This is sometimes called the Normal or System Clear signal.
  8. After the diagnosis check, turn the ignition OFF and remove the jumper wire.
  9. Compare the codes found to the applicable diagnostic code chart. If necessary, refer to the individual component tests in this section. If the component tests are OK, test the wire harness and connectors for shorts, opens and poor connections.
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      1994 4runner: Is there a way to get the Check Engine Light code without the scanner tool? Does anyone know where to find a list of trouble codes for the '94 4runner?


      there should be a connector under the hood that is rectangular and says diagnostic on it ..open the cover and useing a jumper wire connect te1 and e1 there is a diagram under the cover ...then turn the key on and count the flashes of the check light ...it should pulse in 2 series so if it does flash flash pause flash you have a code 21

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      Just need to know what to jump on diagnostic connector box.to get the codes thats all 1994 toyota pickup 22 r e


      Jumper wire between TE1 and E1 (the middle and bottom right ports on the upper, or larger, section of the connector box). I used a paper clip, you can use almost any metal wire. Turn ignition on but do not start and record the pattern of "check engine" flashes.

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      Check engine light just came on 1993 toy camry


      First you need to find out what the fault code is that is making the check engine light come on. To do this, locate the diagnostic connector under the hood. It will be a black rectangular connector approx 50mm X 25mm with Diagnostic written on the cover. Open the cover and on the inside of the cover will be a diagram of the connections and their different labels. Locate pins labelled TE1 and E1. Switch on the ignition switch without starting the engine and with a small jumper wire bridge between pin TE1 and pin E1. Observe the check engine light on the dash and you will notice that it will be flashing. Read the diagnosis code as indicated by the number of flashes that this light makes. Each code will be displayed by first blinking the first digit of the code, then a pause and blink the second digit of the code. For example, Code 52 (knock sensor signal) will flash 5 times, pause and then flash 2 times, then a longer pause before it goes onto the next fault code if there is another one. Once it has gone through all the stored fault codes it will go through the sequence again starting at the first fault code again. Due to the many different fault codes that can be obtained it would be better to post another question for the fault code obtained. Good luck!

      Jan 06, 2010 | 1993 Toyota Camry V6

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      93 toyota corolla check engine light on


      i have a 93 toyota camry and going down the road just giving it a little gas it will shut down. it will run great setting their but get to go no more then 20 mph driving me crazy can afford to get a pro but i need to know how to do the check engine light obd two will not do it help going crazy

      Feb 17, 2009 | 1993 Toyota Corolla

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      1993 toyota camry turn check engine light off


      Open the hood. Locate a small grey box by the firewall, roughly 1.5 x 1.5 inches. It has a cap that will lift up, but it will not come off. Under the cap, located the terminals E1 and Te1. Using a standard paper clip, "jump" E1 and Te1 together. Turn the key on. Obnserve the check engine light; it will flash, pause and flash again. Count the flashes.
      Examples: 2 flashes/pause/4 flashes is code "24"
      1 flash/pause/5 flashes is code "15"
      Get the codes & get that info back to me so that I will be able to assist you with your issue further.

      Oct 04, 2008 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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