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93 toyota camry 2.2l replaced the distributor unit complete and still won't start, it has no spark.

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Ignitor under coil, air gap at signal roter,coil wire,under dash ecu 1,ign, ecu 2 fuse,wire harness between coil n dis. wire harness brtween dis n ecu,last chance ecu faulty. "aloha"

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You have 1 of 2 things
1 a broken can shaft ( not likely )
2 broken timing belt ( most likely )

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