1993 Toyota Camry LE. The car cranks and runs just fine usually but after about 10 minutes or so (after it warms up) it goes dead and won't crank back up until it cools down. I have replaced fuel pump, fuel filter, EGR valve, map sensor, Throttle position sensor, Auto air control sensor, every sensor possible, I have ran and checked every vacuum line for leaks.
Next thing I was looking into was the coil but it seems to be built in the distributor. Not sure on how to check if its getting to hot and shutting off. It warms up and starts slugging rpms up and down almost dead with check engine light on and finally dies on me and doesn't start back up until about 10 mins and starts again and repeats itself. What could be the problem? Im at a loss here spent over $800 on new parts and isnt fixed still.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 AT 3:13 AM