» » »

Toyota Q&A

Ask Your Question

1996 Toyota Camry Question: car has fire but no fuel at injectors fuel pump working. won,t start

 

Question

petey100, 2.2L 4 Cylinder, Virginia Beach, VA, October 15, 2013, 07:39
 Rookie

changed coil & inighter & distributor. checked fuel pump, fuel at filter,pressure good, to rail. no fuel at injectors,or coming out return line.car won't start. tried starting fluid in intake, changed plugs timing belt good,compression good

3 Answers
Flag This
  • Medium-star Best Answer
    October 15, 2013, 07:49
    Profile_thumbnail
     Master

    Will it start/try to stat with the starting fluid? How much fuel pressure? Got injector pulse when checked with noid light?

    Flag This
  • Reply

    petey100, October 15, 2013, 08:02
     Rookie

    no won't start. 70lbs. got pulse no air or fuel to pistons

    Flag This
  • Reply

    pushrod, October 15, 2013, 08:07
    Profile_thumbnail
     Master

    Ok, how much compression? Also, have you checked for plugged exhaust? Can remove FRONT 02 sensor to see if it will help, if it starts do no let it run, replace restricted exhaust. IF the engine IS in time and you have good compression & spark, then you add fuel but it still won't start, got to be stopped up exhaust!! That's all that is left!

    Reply
    Flag This
  • Answer #2

    Carmasters Automotive LLC (115 Answers) , Virginia Beach, VA - (757) 793-2234
    carmaster October 15, 2013, 08:40
    Profile_thumbnail
     Journeyman

    many things such as timing, ECM, fuel pump, EFI main relay, fuses such as AM2, faulty new parts (distributor), wiring, CKP sensor can all cause a no start condition as well as bad intake valve(s) leaking by. Recommend take to a certified professional based on all you have already done with no success. Call Jim or Michael at CarMasters 757-237-7080 to arrange having vehicle brought in for diagnostic.

    Reply
    Flag This
  • Answer #3

    October 16, 2013, 10:02
    Profile_thumbnail
     Master

    Did you check the pressure between the pump and the filter? 70 psi is higher than specs, if you checked it before the filter it may be clogged. The normal pressure with pump running - engine off: 38-44 psi.
    Based on the high pressure and no fuel at return line I bet there is a blockage somewhere in the lines or clogged filter.

    Reply
    Flag This