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I have a 94 Toyota Corolla 1.8. Engine wont start. We've replaced the distributor cap, wires, igniter, ignition coil, Checked all fuses and relays. But still no spark. Where do I go from here?

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Check HALL sensor , it's probably inside the distributor , another name for it is a camshaft position sensor.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

  • Krankor Apr 27, 2011

    how do you check the HALL sensor??

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