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2az engine camry 2001

Camry, overhauled the engine after timing chain broke on 140,000 km. Lack of services. Now it wont start, No Injector pulse or Spark. What can I do? any suggestions PLEASE. Regards Charles. Botswana Africa.

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  • Charles Zeelie Mar 21, 2014

    Thanx for trying, but I did not replace the engine, merely overhauled it, so the sensors are all the same ones. Please try again?

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When you changed the engine did you check the engine number to your engine number think its the first 5 digits have to be the same. failing that you may need to change the crank and cam sensor over from the other damaged engine to your one you have fitted. also how you did not swap the ecu when you did the engine as this will not work properly with your car as codes will be different so immobiliser will not allow the engine to be started.

Posted on Mar 20, 2014

Testimonial: "Hi there, Your solution makes perfectly sense and thanx for the comment, but I have not changed the, only overhauled it, so all sensors are still the same. Please tuck your mind i"ll appreciate. My e-mail is charlesa.zeelie@gmail.com if we could possibly connect? THANX AGAIN."

  •  Russ Hill
    Russ Hill Mar 21, 2014

    you will need to re check the timing chain if nothing has changed. you need to line up piston one (front end next to were all pulleys are) has to be at TDC (top dead center) that should line up with bottom pulley. then line up the inlet and out let with there markings on the top. best to use a locking tool cannot remember tool number. put the chain on and turn engine over 1 full turn then check marking again it will take a few turns to get it set right. depending on the damage caused to the head did you change the hole part ? as there is sensors on this part depending on engine model and size of engine. also if the engine was at some speed the knock sensors on the engine block can get damaged theses adjust the timing.

  •  Russ Hill
    Russ Hill Mar 22, 2014

    Have you double checked that all the sensor plugs are attached. also there is a sensor wire at the back off the engine this some times can get itn the way when refitting the head back on check the wire has not been trapped...

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