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1993 Toyota Camry 4 Cylinder 16 Valve Does not start

Today I was at the intersection and my car just died. I had some people check out the engine and they stated that my ECU is not working. Question where is this located and how do I know this needs to be replaced. They tested the volts it runs 12 volts and gas is not getting to the jets?? Thanks for your time.

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  • thpangel Dec 17, 2008

    we have an old camry.the engine turns over but won't start.i 'm thinking fuel supply.fuel pump?

  • mikejmarch Jan 22, 2009

    ya i have a 95 camry that died driving down the road. the ecu fuse keeps popping. have any ideas on what this could be?

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    91 CAMRY DIED WEN I WAS TRYIN 2 GET OUT OF THE SNOW. N WILL TURN OVER BUT WNT START. THE RPMS WERNT EXCEDING 6000

  • surf50 Apr 03, 2009

    Keeps blowing the 15 AMP fuse to the EFI

  • surf50 Apr 03, 2009

    It is a 89 Toyota PU. Idle fluctuates up and down. Truck dies and blows the 15 amp fuse for HRS after it dies. Come back the next day, repalce the fuse and it starts up again. the tow bills are killing me and mechanic just replaces the fuses.

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I have a 1993 toyota camry , when it start it , it runs for about 2minutes and shuts off,can u help me with that problem.

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Look under the hood, in the fuse box. Is the blue 15 amp EFI fuse blown? If so, there will be no power to the ECU. The ECU is located under the glovebox, passenger side.

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1993 toyota camry 4 cylindar starts up runs till rpms reach 1000 then stalls out

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1991 Honda civic, 4 cyl, Driving down the road, Car stopped, will turn over fine, will not fire. Changed fuel filter, checked for fuel pressure, good pressure, Now what???

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