94 toyota camry stops running while driving

Asked by Apr 06, 2017 at 07:04 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Wr have a 94 camry with 60,000 miles drives good.
Has a new altinator  new tune  up new battery.  It
will stop  running for no appearentry reason. Gad A
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4 Answers

86,945

So start with checking for spark, and if there is spark then check the fuel pressure.

No spark

86,945

Ok then, first check the timing belt by taking off the oil fill cap, look inside the valve cover while someone is turning the engine over with the key. See that the camshaft is rotating. If it does not rotate, then the timing belt is bad. Check the distributor cap and rotor to see what kind if condition there in. Look for carbon tracks, cracks, burn marks. Take the coil and the ignition control module to an auto parts store to have tested to see if one or the other is bad. Check the coil wire, spark plug wires, and spark plugs also. Every thing should look in good shape, any corrosion would be a problem.

86,945

It would be easier if you take the distributor cap off, then have someone turn the engine over and see if the rotor is rotating. If not then the timing belt is bad.

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