Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
If this is a 4 cylinder, then its most likely the coil. Take out a spark plug and crank the engine to see if you have a good spark. If you don't have a spark, in order, replace the distributor cap and rotor, and replace the coil. If your ignition wires are old, replace them as well.
If its a 6 cylinder car, there is a separate coil for each cylinder, so your problem is more difficult to diagnose. In that case, if no cylinders are firing it may be the ignition computer or the ignition switch.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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