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On my 2001 toyota celica gt 1.8 liter i start it the car runs for about three seconds the dies and will not start back up unless the key is turned off before restarting. What is causing this.

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SOURCE: my Celica starts runs for about three seconds then dies. It will not restart unless key is turn off and restarted then dies again

Is your vehicle equipped with anti-theft? Sounds as if it may be triggered.

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Sometimes this can be caused if you are not using a "chip key" if one is required by your car. If you had a copy of your key made and it was not programmed the car would disable itself after three seconds of attempting to drive the car without the proper key (antitheft feature). If that's the case a properly programmed key will automatically work and no reset is normally required.
In an extremely rare case a programmed chip key can fail and you will get the same symptoms.

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