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95 camry crank/no start

I have a 95 toyota camry with 150,000 miles. The car died out on me while driving. Once I got it home, I changed the spark plugs and I started the car and it ran for about a minute then died out. It then cranks but will not start. I then changed the ignition coil and I started the car and it ran again for about a minute and then died out again. It again cranks but will not start. Any advice?

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  • sakee101 Jan 13, 2009

    There are no codes now cause the battery was disconnected but before this there was a code 14 ignition system circuit. I forgot to mention that this is a 2.2 liter. Also, I noticed that the condenser wire  inside the distributer housing is broken. What is the function of the condenser?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    one morning my car did not start even after trying many times. Battery was good & the ignition was carnking enough. My mechanic changed the distributor since then it's running good. it costed me $250.00

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    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    Any Engine codes? Even if your light is not on, you may have codes. If this vehicle is not yours originally, the light may have been pulled!

    Check the codes and report back.

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