my 2001 toyota wont start

Asked by Aug 30, 2016 at 06:34 PM about the 2001 Toyota 4Runner

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

First it was dying at stop signs we replaced the fuel filter, the oxygen sensor
plugs and wires, the battery, and the ecm module, , and the fuel pump relay,
we also cleaned mass air flow sensors.. still wont start..when we sprayed
starter fluid in the carburetor still would not turn over

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69,565

Need to check for spark. Possible ignition control module, coil packs, etc. the ignition system should be checked out.

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thank you I will buy a tester tomorrow and get right on that

the coils checked out fine, but I have googled it and I dont know where the icm is located on my car

69,565

If you still do not have spark, the ignition control module (ICM) would be a good thing to check. I believe Auto Zone can check this component as this is a spendy unit. I am not sure where yours is located but I know what it looks like. I would have a male inline 10 pin receiver plugin into it. Check out this link, you may have to scroll down, it has a few pictures of this item.https://www.carid.com/2001-toyota-4runner-ignition-parts/standard-intermotor-ignition-control-module-45117846.html

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