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97 Camry 2.2L crank no start

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    Mike Chlebowski
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    From the beginning,..
    High idle at park n neutral,…
    Took off IAC to clean ,.. stripped nut but able to remove with drilling out and removal tool,…
    Resulting in metal fragments on magnet; IAC was stuck but in process of cleaning metal fragments and carbon the valve had a lot of play including removing throttle body resulting in crank /no start,…
    Replaced throttle body/IAC ,…still crank no start,..
    Fuel pressure good and maintained spec post 20 minutes per Haynes manual,…all sensors checked out regarding OHM per manual excepts temp sensor reading off a smidge per ambient temp,…
    12 volts to appropriate sensors including good 5 Volt reference readings ,…
    Throttle position sensor worked accurately with multimeter backprob,…. code 1300
    Both coil packs checked out but replaced with Denso with new wires,..engine wanted to start but did not,… I have read that when throttle bodies have been removed on these they need to be reprogrammed and that information I’m getting 50% of the time,…very frustrating.
    Any advice welcome!!

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  • #987379
    Mike Chlebowski
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    Just to add,.. camshaft sensor tested good ohms but was coated in old oil,..I cleaned up and am in process of bolting down,..

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    Mike Chlebowski
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    Forgot to mention no spark 1-4 plug wires but voltages good to coil pack
    Ground good as well???

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    D Lopez
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    Have you inspected and ohm the Crank Sensor? My Crankshaft sensor went out on my 97 Camry resulting similar issues. Also inspect the Crankshaft sprocket. My had two damaged teeth on a previous 98 Camry I had resulting car shutting down after 5 seconds of running.

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    D Lopez
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    Forgot to mention. In addition, make sure all your wires, connectors, and vacuum lines are installed correctly. Good luck 👍

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