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Motor skipping problem on 2000 camry 4 cyl

I have a 2000 camry and when you start the motor it will rev up fine after about one min the elect fans come on and then when you rev it up it skips like a bad plug or wires.I have replaced the plugs, wires, coils, (both)a new timing belt, water pump, belt tentioner, and idle pully about three months ago.it just started this.Do you thing the ECM is going out because the fans come on before the car even starts to warm up? Thank You for any help you can give me!!! Steve

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CHeck ISC motor and clean it, along with the trottle body.

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