Why my 1989 Toyota Camry will not fire

Asked by GuruRQ39P Feb 11, 2020 at 06:17 PM about the 1989 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why my 1989 Toyota Camry will not fire  in
the distributor and it is a new Distributor

1 Answer


Find this under hood Diagnostic connector. It should be on the driver side near the master Cylinder . Connect the point of a Automotive 12 volt Test Light to the IG- test terminal. Connect the other end to a good Ground. Crank the engine over...the test light should blink. If it does blink...everything in the Dist. is good. The problem might be an Ignition coil. Get back with results.

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