1992 Toyota Camry DX, 5SFE, 5 Speed Manual
Alright, I know where I'm going right after work. I will check the resistance and see what I get. I have a decent multi-meter that can read pretty low, but we will see. I'd bet you that my problem lies in the coil. unless its a crank sensor or something... but I will find out one way or another! Thank you again for the information BMR, very handy! I need to get a service manual for this thing.There are a couple of resistance checks. For the Gen3 5S-FE:
5S-FE, cold (< 50C):
Primary, 0.36-0.55 ohms
Secondary: 9.0-15.4 ohms
See pic below for details.
That primary resistance is so low, it's hard for most meters to get a good read on it. But if you find it an open circuit, or zero ohms, you know something's wrong.
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