Question about 1990 Toyota Xtracab
Good Evening, since you have replaced the usual toyota subjects which are the computer and the distributor (normal causes), the next possibility is the crankshaft position sensor. We got one of these a while back and the local new car dealer where it was traded in at said it was the fuel pump, replaced the usual suspects, then ended up ohming out the crankshaft position sensor and it was bad. I hope this helps, and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
Have you checked the fuses? If you have no engine lights, then you have no power to the dash. Instead of replacing things like the ignition switch, you need to use a test light to see if there is voltage in and voltage out. You also did not mention checking the coil. The ECU, distributer, etc., can be checked for free at a place like Autozone.
Don't know about the relay. Where is it located? I would think the only relays would be for the fuel pump, headlights, AC, fan, and flashers.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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