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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Replace the timing belt
Inspect the water pump for any evidence of seepage at the impeller shaft seal
Change the oil & filter
Flush the auto transmission (if it has one)
Replace the spark plugs
Replace the spark plug wires if they are older than 5 years old
Replace the air filter
Flush the cooling system, and new coolant
This pretty much covers it, some of the above items may have already been done.
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