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Disconnect your battery for atleast an hour or overnight would b even better this will reset your car to factory defaults just like it was when it left the assembly line I believe this will solve your problems
The camry came with all the ignition module and pick up coil inside the distributor, check for spark at the spark plugs, if no spark replace the distributor, if you have spark then check fuel pressure. 38-44 PSI anything less than 38 will cause it to not run
Either there is condensation in your distributor cap or you have got water in the plug holes. Remove the plug leads and using a cloth clear the lose water, a hair dryer will evaporate the rest. If it is in the distributo cap, take it off by removing the screws or clips and dry it out, as well as the inside of the distributor. Spray it with silicone oil to keep it water proof.
If this is sparking out of what appears to be unexposed (covered) portions of the spark plug wire replace the wires. It might also be a good time to change the ignition cap and rotor as well. It may be "sparking" out of more places than you know. To test this start the car and watch the under hood in the dark or very low light.
Sounds like your under car plastic panels are missing I would go to your local junk yard and get those covers and put them back under there. I had a hyundai that I took the covers off and when I drove in the rain it would get up in the distributor cap and kill the engine. Also dont drive through flooded areas
you should check 3 things. AIr, Fuel, and "spark" your cars could have many problems. Ignition module, fuel injectors, Mass Airflow Sensor. You should check into all of these 3 things. a crank-no start could be many things. it could even be a cam positions sensors resistance going up when the engine heats up. Cracnk- no start means testing. n like i said The motor is getting Air, There is Fuel being put into the cylinders, and the Spark plugs are firing.