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I have a 2005 Toyota corolla le and I replaced the v v t solenoid and the coil packs and it still won't start the engine diagnostic s Says ignition coil a b c d primary secondary circuit

Won't start after replacing the coil packs and the vvt solenoid

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Check the crank angle sensor fuel pump and filter.

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Make sure that the vvt solenoid connector and its wires are all firm and not corroded or damaged. Any one of the four igniters can be at fault but not all of the four at a time. This fault often arises when the vvti sensor connector is faulty, detached, damaged. It also happens when number 2 Ignition confirmation signal (IGF) wire or number 3 Ignition Timing (IGT) wire on any of the ignition coils is broken or disconnected at the coil connector.

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