Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
It sounds like you have a bad cam sensor. It is located in the distributor for most models, and when it starts to go bad, you get that result. It will eventually get to where it will not crank. It could be a number of things, like the O2 sensor, or the MAF sensor, but the cam is the most common.
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