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THE CAR WILL IDLE BADLY AFTER DRIVING AND WILL SHUT OFF, WHAT IS CAUSING IT?

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Have your igntion coil checked by your local Toyota dealer it's inside the distributor, Ive seen those crack all the time and do the same thing.

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