Question about Toyota Celica
Sounds like there is no power to the EFI relay, there is an EFI fuse in the under hood fuse/relay box, if fuse is ok take a power probe ( by the way there are 3 EFI fuses a 15 amp and 2, 7.5 amp ) remove the EFI relay and power up terminal #3 and see if the fuel pump powers up with the key on, this is the power circuit for the coil. injectors, and fuel pump.
check this out and let me know what you find.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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