I recently bought a 1994 Camry LE
4dr sedan, 2200 4 cyl that did not run. I replaced both catalytic converters
. The first was deteriorated and the second was plugged up from the first converter's deteriorated material. It ran great. I drove it one day and saw coolant underneath. The water pump
was leaking. I drove it carefully home but it stopped on the road. When towed home I found the water pump bearings were bad and the timing belt
jumped, (but was still good). I replaced the water pump, timing belt, resealed the oil pump, crankshaft seal, camshaft seal, and valve cover gasket. It was running great again. I drove it for several days and gave it to my daughter. Quite often she calls me with a 'no start' condition and when I arrive I start it right up. This has happened several times but now it won't start for me. I checked for ignition spark,(good) fuel pressure at filter outlet, (about 70 lbs, engine
not running), #4 injector, only checked one, (about 4 ohms) TPS is not in specs and needs replacing but I don't know if that would make it not start at all. When it ran, it ran really nice. The car has just over 160,000 miles. The car has new battery, starter
, and fuel pump
. The only other problem with the car is the front radio speakers don't work, (speakers and radio are good).