2001camry le 2.2 crank but no start

Asked by Guru7CSBM Jul 05, 2020 at 05:21 PM about the 2001 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2001 Camry 2.2. intermittent starting and then all crank no
start. Changed the plugs, wires, ignition coils. Fuel pressure
at 50. Compression test at 175. Tried starting fluid but only
backfired. Changed camshaft sensor and crank sensor.
Check d timing. All came back good. This car should start,
but it's still only cranking. Can anyone help me?

2 Answers

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Check ALL your fuses, there are some marked either ign, or eng. But check them all. Did u check for spark? If so thenTry unplugging the mass airflow sensor. Then try to start the car. If the car starts then the MAF is bad.

Thanks. I actually fixed it. This particular fix entailed changing the crank sensor and the camshaft sensor at the same time. I tried after market parts, but it wouldn't start. I had to use dealer parts at 2x the cost. Haven't had an issue since. Weird. But thanks for the help!

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