where on my 93" toyota camry is the icm located?

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Old 20 Mar 2014, 04:25 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default where on my 93" toyota camry is the icm located?

I am not getting any spark to the plugs
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Old 20 Mar 2014, 04:40 pm   #2 (permalink)
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called an ECU. and it's above the radio up under the dash.

lookie here,


doubt that's your issue though. typically it's the coil or ignitor that goes out. but remove the distributor cap. bump starter. rotor should turn. make sure she didn't toss a cam belt. distributor runs off the cam. no belt, no turning of distributor, no spark.

perform a no spark test,

how to,


attention to engine option.

any issues found, one can look to the left pane for component in Q for testing.


don't spend the money on a new distributor just because one component may test bad. test internal components. everything in there can be had for 30 bucks or less individually. only reason to buy a new distributor is if the rotor shaft bushing are shot. that is grabbing the rotor, push pull back and forth(not up and down). she wobbles bushings are shot. but that would not create a no start condition. just make ignition timing search. to much the ecu cant compensate.

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