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It doesnt want to start. have placed a distributor cap w/wires and rotor and master air flow sensor. have bought a timing belt{chain}. power went out in the middle of the road/street. the car is a 1990 toyota camry 4 cylinders manual transmission front wheel drive. the car has a 3/4 tank of gas. has all oils and antifreeze and recently installed plugs. what could it be. dont want to spend money on unneeded parts

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Bro these cars got a problem.it can be computer or wiring harness.but first check for spark,fuel pump ,pumping fuel and power to injectors.

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