Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
Sounds like a faultyset of coils. Cylinders 1,3,5 will be all on the same bank. your engine is a v6, so cylinders 2,4,6 will be on one side, 1,3,5 the other. Check wire harness running to each set of coil packs. Especially the ones on the back bank close to firewall. Possibly the harness was rubbing on something or sitting on something hot, could have damaged the wires.
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