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Depends on which filter you are talking about.

There is one located at the bottom front left of dryer, and one inside the front of the dryer as you open the door.

Posted on May 28, 2010


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96 Camry cranks but won't run. Fuel pump failed. Replaced it but the car won't start. It turns over but won't start.

What had you been doing to the engine before all this happened? Did it involve removing or changing the distributor? When the #1 piston is at top dead center, it can be on its compression stroke or at the end of its exhaust stroke. Back the engine off from the #1 TDC position, remove the #1 plug, and rotate back toward TDC with your finger over the plug hole. If you feel compression, then the distributor should be coming towards #1. If you don't feel compression, rotate the crankshaft another 360 degrees, then set your distributor to #1.

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You have spark/arc at the plug. Look at timing, fuel pressure. Get the engine at TDC #1, compression stroke.. Pull the distributor cap, see where the rotor button is setting. Tab should be pointing at the #1 cylinder. Fuel pressure , Guessing, 30 to 40 pounds. Been to long and you have to check at the fuel filter. No shrader valve for this.

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Where is the TDC notch on the crankshaft pulley?

if you have a series of notches on the pulley then the middle notch of them all is TDC. Point of fact is that the notches represent BTDC ( before TDC ---advanced) and AFTDC ( after TDC-- late firing past TDC). If the engine is starting and running ok then it is not at 30 degrees BTDC or it would not start easily.Each notch probably represents 5 degrees

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You have it right, the yellow mark is TDC and it's the notch furthest to the e to be set at 15 degrees before TDC, but you have to disconnect the I.A.C sensor to do it.if it's still that far out, you're probably of by a tooth.bring #1 piston to TDC, pull out distributor, turn rotor to #1 on dist cap and put in dist..adjust accordingly. .

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Hi Naill, I'm just guessing too. The TDC sensor is actually the crank shaft or camshaft sensor. They controls the ignition and injection timing. They can have become defective or contaminated with dirt. Try cleaning and see what happens. Sorry for not being of more help. Regards John

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Hotpoint tdc 30 not getting hot enough to dry

Remove and clean all filters, and make sure you have the correct heat setting selected
P[lease rate my solution.

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Check the vacuum with a gauge at the intake manifold below the intake there should be 18 lbs.of pressure or higher if not a vacuum leak is causing the problem, if vacuum checks out ok it may be the Mass Air Flow sensor , recheck the mechanical timing to ensure it is correct by bringing the engine to TDC firing stroke check the distributor to ensure the rotor is pointed to #1 and remove a valve cover and observe the intake valve to #1 cylinder as you bring the motor manually to tdc make sure both the intake and the exhaust valves shut completely when the piston is located TDC and the crankshaft pulley pointer and marker is lined up to zero, if the mechanical or static timing is ok check to ensure there is 30 - 40 psi of fuel pressure at the fuel rail if fuel injected or throttle body injected there is a schrader valve on the fuel rail to access and check the pressure with a gauge.

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Its getting dam near impossible to kick start, it will start after 30 or so kicks, any ideas?

Could be low compression due to head gasket leak, worn piston rings. Or bad spark due to dirty plug, wrong gap, plug breaking down, lead or cap breaking down, ignition fault. Choked air filter, fuel filter.
Try these in easiest order I.E. remove air filter and see if it starts easier, do a compression test, cahnge plug, lead cap. Check the fuel filter.
I am sure it's a simple solution.(high milage engines tend to be difficult to start so take this into account)

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How do I recognize the timing mark for zero before top dead centr

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