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Old 10-25-2007, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default SOMEONE HELP, just bought a 94 twin, and no power!!

just got a 94 twin turbo, check engine says code 14, 25,26, and 47.....i think the only code i'm concerned with is the 14, ignitor!!, dealer says he thinks its the ignitor as well, car runs fine, but is totally powerless under any load, no spark on one cylinder, but good compression. any help would be great or a place to get a new ignitor if i need one.
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just got a 94 twin turbo, check engine says code 14, 25,26, and 47.....i think the only code i'm concerned with is the 14, ignitor!!, dealer says he thinks its the ignitor as well, car runs fine, but is totally powerless under any load, no spark on one cylinder, but good compression. any help would be great or a place to get a new ignitor if i need one.
Your Toyota dealer should be able to sell you a new ignitor. You could also get with another local Supra owner and ask him if you could borrow his/hers for a quick test/swap.

Before you invest the $, you should probably check the continuity of the IGF wire in your harness too. The TSRM has the detailed troubleshooting steps...

Here's more info on ODBI engine codes:
http://www.mkiv.com/techarticles/eng...bd1_codes.html
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