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Starting 92 camry will not start getting no fire from the coil. got it from a friend thats what he told me.don't no a lot about toyota.

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    Mark Hypes Oct 22, 2008

    I have same problem. my '92 4cyl/auto has no spark. Changed igniter, ecu, distributer cap and rotor and still no spark. I need help ASAP!!

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2006 Toyota Camry 2.4 no fire on 1 & 3 with sporatic rapid fire on 2 & 4. Replaced camshaft sensor, triple checked all ground wiring, coils are fine, timing is good, and when you disconnect t


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Did the issues just start or only after some kind of car service?

I read where you checked the coil(s) but that's still what it sounds like.

I'd get a used coil(s) from a Wrecking/Salvage yard and try those - usually can be returned, whereas the dealer won't take 'em back.

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My request to all friends is that please do not forget to mention the car make, model and engine code ( mostly printed on the cylinder block, a chassis plate or the front driver side door arm) before seeking an answer to your question.
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Rule 1 ....WD40 is non-flammable. It used to be an effective starter spray for diesels. Unfortunately it now contains a fire retardant to prevent accidents....so the rev you were looking for wont arrive.
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