Question about 2002 Toyota ECHO
The problem 95% of the time is an ignition coil, if you do not have special equipment, your only tool is common sense, disconnect plugs from spark plugs, remove spark plugs,now insert the plugs in the wires and set them together touching metal ground them,
Ask somebody to crank vehicle one of those wires or 2 of them if the coil is bad wont fire or the spark will be weak and orange, blue is ok. Follow the no spark or weak spark to the coil, now swap coils , repeat the same procedure if the problem follow the coil to the wires that were ok before the problem is the coil if the problem is still in the same position the problem is harness wires or computer.
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Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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