Car wont start, cranks but no fire.

Asked by Nov 02, 2016 at 05:45 PM about the 1993 Toyota Paseo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Bad coil,but first check all main fuse,s.

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Everything checked and fuses checked replaced distributor cap and button still nothing

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Spray some quick start in the throttle body and see if it starts for a bit, if it does, it's fuel related issue. Check fuel pressure. If it doesn't, check for spark at the spark plugs.

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