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It's gotta be the distributor. They are a common fault for that model and I actually have the same model as you. They are very sensitive to water as well. Easy part to replace if you are a do it yourself kind of person. If the distributor goes bad, you can crank it all day long and it wont spark. You say your rpm gauge was steady the whole time? That sounds like something else but i'll stick with my original guess. Throw a used one in it from a wrecking yard if you like. Make sure to keep the adjuster bolts in the same place as your current position as that is your timing. Distributor is located on the right side on the top of the engine and have the wires for the spark plugs going into it. you will need a 10mm socket to remove the 2 bolts holding it in. Its easier to do if you disconnect the air intake as well by simply using a screw driver. Any more questions, I'd be happy to answer. All the best
Here are the colours of the factory radio harness and what they do. 1995 Toyota Camry Car Radio Installation Schematic Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Blue/Yellow Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Gray Car Radio Ground Wire: Brown Car Radio Illumination Wire: Green Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Power Antenna Trigger Wire: Black/Red Car Stereo Amp Turn-On Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Tweeter Size: N/A Car Audio Front Tweeter Depth: N/A Car Audio Front Tweeter Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Purple Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Blue Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Black Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Red Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): White
you can get the code for the radio at : http://www.radio-code.com/
there is a small fee,, but it is way cheaper then going to the dealer.
after you get the code -- make sure you write it down in the owners manual for future reference.
Yes Mistydogg, the solution posted here is absolutely correct. And be sure to remove (as much as possible) of the factory power steering fluid from the reservoir and replace with automatic transmission fluid (ATF). Do this a few times during regular oil changing intervals to cycle-out the original factory fluid. The 1995 Camry was shipped from the factory with clear/typical power steering fluid, however (strangely) the factory service manual calls for replacing with automatic steering fluid. Well, it's actually not so strange. ATF has a seal swelling effect that will stop the leaking within your entire power steering system - fast. I ran into the same problem in a big way. The dealer wanted to replace my pump and rack at 50k miles at the remanufactured parts plus labor price of $1,200. I am leak-free today on my same pump and rack at 241k miles having switched over to ATF. Enjoy your great car!
If factory, check your fuses on the kick panel It down near the footrest on the driver side. I hope you still have the cover that comes with the fuse diagram. If not..just check all your fuses there. It should be a 10A fuse. But if by chance someone grabbed something larger then 10A then well you better check them all. Also, if does not turn on at all. meaning turn the volume up all the way and hold the search or tune button to change station you should hear a beep. That should let you know if the radio is even able to output anything. Because your display maybe broke. Also check your antenna. These cars are pretty picky with an antenna signal. But if you rather just replace the stereo then that only leave two things..the fuse or a wiring problem...in other words you maybe have a short. Good luck. hope this helps. You can find a fuse KIT with a fuse tester in a parts store. makes things easier for you when testing for bad fuses.