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I have a 1991 toyota camry 4 cylinder. There is no spark at the spark plugs, Changed the ignition module still no sparks. Please advise Abdul

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    i need to know how to pop out the ignition switch..... on a 1991 toyota camry. the switch is loose and sometimes it starts and sometimes it doesn't.

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Check the crank sensor.

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