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83 toyota corolla

I pulled a spark plug out I tryed to crank it and I got no spark.

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  • manwan08 Oct 07, 2008

    i check my car fire spark is low,when enjin started i can rem fully and when i put gear to moving the enjin pom pom sound like not enough power.what should i do?



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Where is fuse for radiator fan?

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Take the white cap underneth the rotor off and gauge/clean/change the points...;)

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    jesper johansen Oct 01, 2008

    The thin wire to the capaciter on the back of the distributer also breaks off pretty easy...;)

    2k points gap is 0.4-0.5mm!

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    jesper johansen Oct 08, 2008

    Fuse nr.8 unless your in W Germany...;)

    Sounds like its getting false air/lean mixture, the(K2/3) exhaust pulls down the intake sometimes!

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    jesper johansen Oct 08, 2008

    Check the "heater" its the same fuse, the wires for the kp61 fan hangs to low and "breaks" very easy...;)



Check wether Ignition coli high tention line is working..?
if it is not function check distributor and related parts

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Coil is shot!

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