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1993 Toyota 22r-e run tested diagnosis E1and Te1 with paper clip and check engine light blinked 2 pouse 4

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Why does my 1993 geo prizm have no spark or fuel?


old cars.... (old OBD1 , i know well)

skipping the 60k mile tuneup is 99% here. nobody tunes old cars they drive them to death. (stats facts)

there can not be fuel, if no spark, the ECU does detect no spark (most times) and then cuts fuel (to you dont crash and burn as seen on TV)

that is a fact.

so its just spark. and this engine unstated Toyota engine.

has EFI

and as such, the ECU, (EFI brain) makes spark.



the ECU listens to the crank (CKP) and CAM (cmp) sensors

and then fires the IGNITIOR (coil driver)

the ECU will puke DTC errors if CMP or CMP fails.

we see that cranking with the the Diagnostic TE1 jumper in place

the ECU can report dead spark to with its own DTC error codes.



here is my list for old funky engines.

1: compressing at 150PSI + , no ? its 80 the cam belt slipped or is snapped, if snapped the distributor rotor stalls

2: spark good times 4?

4: ok compression at spec, and spark good 4by4.

5: test fuel work ? now? runs for 3sec?

yes, runs and stalls, that is called fuel loss.

no, it must be flooding did you do the spark tip checks for flooding



see this link then go to toyota nation and learn the TE1 jumper

method of testing.

put in a 10cent jumper wire, and crank for 5 seconds , release

key, see flash codes ,bingo ? this works on all OBD1 cars made.



link

http://www.fixkick.com/PRIZM.html



go to toyota nation.

Jul 01, 2014 | 1993 Geo Prizm

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Ignition coil installation. I need a diagram of how to remove to test and re3place


double posted, but now the HOW word.
so does that mean spark is gone, the spark test failed?
we dont proceed until spark is failed. not at all, is it?
after all if spark is good, this is barking up the wrong tree. $$$$$$$

ok, in my last post i linked a photo (rockauto) to your coil
and if you look there are screws holding it in the dizzy
so off the cap, off the screws and wires to it and its free.
i bet its not bad. im 99.9% sure.


why not ask the ECU why there is no spark,
if in FACT the SIMPLE SPARK test fails.

i can tell you step by step
in general
1: insert CHECK jumper, (paper clip works , metal kind not plastic)
2: crank for 5 sec.
3: release key. (not key turned off)
4: the CEL lamp in the dash blinks out magic blink codes, that tell you
spark is bad, and why.? do not swap parts, ask for help
the ECU never knows what part is bad, only tests that FAIL.
do you need the full instructions?

here is the page that shows the codes.
this is always first, for engine problems. and all FUSES are tested GOOD.


http://board.tercelonline.com/viewthread.php?tid=16373

got code 12,13, 14? ???????
toyota calls this the CHECK CONNECTOR.
Jumper check connector terminals T (TE1) to E1
this is the official TOY doc, it's for technicians.

The TE1 pin is ground , so we jump ground to E1
this activates the DTC FLASH CODES.
http://www.autoshop101.com/forms/h27.pdf
you only need to find your connector. "CHECK"

the best answer to that is here. "WHERE IS IT"
http://codes.rennacs.com/Petrol-Engine/Japanese-Korean/Toyota-Engines.php


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Can any tester be used to get data from a 1994 toyota camry other then an OBD1


In that year you should just be able to use a wire to connect terminal TE1 to E1, and count the blink pattern on the Check Engine light. See here p297

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/eg1.pdf



Data Link Connector 2 is in the engine bay.

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I have a 92 toyota pickup with the 3.0 v6 in it and the check engine light is on constantly. I was told that I could use a paper clip to tell me the codes, but i'm not sure which wires to jump. Anyone...


Locate the diagnostic check connector under the hood, it's near the right front fender close to a fuse box and it says "diagnostic" on it, open the cover, there is a terminal diagram inside it, put a jumper wire between the terminals TE1 and E1, turn the key on, the engine light will start blinking, if there is a trouble code the light will blink a two digit code number, for example a code 25 would be two blinks followed by five and so on, there may be more than one code, let them repeat a few times to get the correct information.

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How to read codes with out scan tool. 1993 toyota pickup 22r


Hello. Welcome to FixYa. Please allow us to assist you.

To access the OBD codes without a scan tool:

Open the hood.

Locate the samll grey plastic box mounted under the hood

Open the small box, and look under the lid locate terminals E1 and Te1.

With a small paperclip, insert one end into cavity E1 and the other end into cavity Te1

Turn the key on

Count the blinks of the check engine light. Example 2 blinks pause 4 blinks would be code 24.

After you have the code(s), please get back to us for further information.

Thanks for choosing FIxYa. Have a great day.

Nov 16, 2010 | 1993 Toyota Pickup

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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!

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"check engine" icon is lit


First verify that battery is fully charged (>11volts), the throttle is closed, the transmission is in neutral, and all accessories like radio/fan/defog/etc. are off. The engine should be warm but not running with key off. Under the driver's seat there is a diagnostic connector box. Flip open the cover and on the inside of the cover you will see a chart of the terminals. Use a small jumper wire (or a paper clip) and connect the TE1 and E1 terminals together. Now turn ignition switch to on with key but do not start. Check engine light will now blink code(s), for example: three blinks followed by a pause and then two blinks is the code 32. Copy down the codes and check back here. The code(s) will repeat in order until you turn key off. Don't forget to remove the jumper wire before driving.

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Engine indicator lights on


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1993 Toyota Camry Engine light comes on start panel


There is usually a diagnostic box when u raise the bonnet. It is located at the passenger side, close to the body of the vehicle. If u open it, u will notice that there r 2 points E1 & TE1. Bridge those two and observe how the engine light flashes, ie how often after pauses. The blink between pauses represents a digit. Remember it and tell me what number u ended up with

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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.

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