Testing the ignition coil is not hard at all and I've written a 'how to' test the 1992-1995 2.2L Toyota Camry ignition coil tutorial that'll help you do it. You can find it here: How To Test The Ignition Coil (1992-1995 2.2L Camry) Igniter Circuit Descriptions. The Igniter (ignition control module) has 5 wires coming out of its connector.
i know how to test the ignition coil to see if its good or not, next question is, is there a way to test the igniter? im still not getting a spark, ive tested the coil resistance, its getting 12v to it, ive tested the signal pickup on the dist. cap, getting frustrated.
The 1987 Toyota ignition system consists of the distributor -- which houses the coil and crank sensor -- ignition igniter and the engine computer. The crank sensor sends a signal relating the position of the crankshaft relative to top dead center on compression stroke to the engine computer. The computer determines ...
TEST 3: Testing The Igniter Control Signal. The igniter control signal (IGT = igniter trigger signal), is the signal that tells it to start activating the ignition coil. Without it, your car is not gonna' start due to a lack of spark. The IGT signal comes from your Toyota Camry's fuel injection computer (PCM).
This is not helping either. The Toyota dealer near my house want to replace the igniter and the Engine Control Module just to be sure that these are not the sources of problem. Well, the estimated cost of the suggested repair is $1500/- on a car that is worth about $2000/-. The dealer did not test these parts.
All the parts are stocked at my local auto parts store, and i can replace the ignition module and coil for 30$, where the original ignitor on the Toyota ignition costs over 250$ and is not stocked at any parts stores to my knowledge. I did this on a 22r engine, i would not see why it would not work on a 22re, but i have not tested it myself.
How to Troubleshoot the Ignition System in a Toyota Tacoma. There are multiple ways to troubleshoot a Tacoma's ignition system for problems. The test you should perform first involves testing the spark plugs and wires.