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Toyota Camry 1990 V6 2.5L obd1 codes 11 and 14 Check Engine Light on. Codes 11 and 14. Hooked up a good pulled hopefully ECU and check engine light came on again after driving 1/5 of a mile.

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Code 14 - ignition signal. No IGF signal to ECU 4-5 times in succession.. need check: • Ignition circuit (+B, IGT, IGF) • Igniter • ECU

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