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try starting the car and while running disconnect the negative battery cable,if the car still runs turn on the head lights,if the car dies the alternator is weak. I think its weak and can charge the battery as long as the lights are off,but cant keep up when theyare on. so if drive most of the time in the day time you are ok as long as you dont have to start the car too many times. when you drive with the lights on and the engine slows to an idle like when you park the car dies. make sense?
Without seeing the car I won't know this for certain, neither will anyone else here.
Try checking the MAF sensor. If you have a diagnostic tool, check the resistance at low throttle and high throttle. You are looking for a consistant change in resistance over the angle of the throttle. If it doesn't seem consistant, then this might indicate a fault with it.
If it runs fine and the idle is the only problem you could try idling it up some with the idle set screw on the throttle body it sounds like it may be a little bit out of time those toyotas have a fine lins on the timing.
Faulty MAP or MAF sensor, EGR valve stuck open, spark plug wires don't match firing order, large vacuum leak to intake manifold, very dirty fuel injectors, idle air control valve defective, poor compression in cylinders due to incorrect valve timing or leaking fuel injector o-ring seals.
After a long drive, if AC is still on while turning off the engine, next time, it may create trouble while starting. The best way is to turn off engine and press gas padel for at least 10 minutes. Dont turn on the engine while pressing gas padel. Then try to start but dont press gas padel. Car should start if problem was due to unburned gas left inside cylinders..