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1999 Toyota Camry V-6. No Start. Checked coil packs, enstalled new plugs. Checked timing, mass air flow, cam sensor and crank sensor, fuel injectors, ignitor. everything seems to work but will not start. If I do get it to start 15 seconds at best. It will back fire which leads me back to timing. Put timing light on it and even checked timing marks on crank and cams Any suggestion. Thank You

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    1992 Camry V6 XLE Starts for about 10-15 seconds and then dies. Fuel pump has been replaced. Could this be the circuit opening relay because I can hear it clicking if I keep giving it more gas?

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When starting push gas, if runs
idle valve (IAC) stuck,replace or disassemble and clean the burrs
has two time this promblem

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you should check 3 things. AIr, Fuel, and "spark"
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Is this a 4 cyl. or a 6 ?
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