Car won't start. Can having the wrong fuel pump cause it not to start? I replaced the old one and noticed that the prongs on the inside sent the same bit ahem I ordered it it said it fitted my car?


Asked by Sep 06, 2017 at 03:24 PM about the 1996 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've also replaced the crankshaft position sensor. I
was told it jumped timing... But no one has actually
pulled off the part to see if it is the timing .. Please

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What engine in this vehicle? Does the engine Cranks Over the battery is not dead?

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The battery is dead now. But it's a 2.2 liter le. But yes it was as if the battery was dying but not enough power. I have already replaced the fuel pump distributor spark plugs wires crankshaft sensor radiator air intake hose a starter

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Seems to me we need to start at square one. What we do is charge the battery to 12.6 volts DC.....then load test the battery. If the Battery can pass the load test...then we check for SPARK to the spark plugs and injector pulses at the injectors. If we have both Spark and Injector Pulses...we then check fuel delivery from the gas tank to the engine. When was the last time the fuel filter was replaced ?

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