Question about 2001 Toyota Corolla
Well if the timing belt hasent been removed and nobody has played with it then the timing shouldent have moved so,, remove the plug leads all 4 and put a old plug in 1 make sure its got a good earth and turn over engine ,,if sparks the firing order is 1342
from the timing belt end,, other wise check the feed into the coils for power in,if none check with Toyota
Let me know how you get on.........Ron
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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