So! I have a base model 1992 Camry 2.2L A/T and it has a problem... It starts fine, but after running for a little while (not sure how long; never timed it) I'll turn the engine off, and it won't start back up. I can wait a little while and it starts up fine again... but not always. It had this issue before and I thought it was because of the crappy ignition that had been put in, but I have replaced it with an even crappier one, yet I don't know if thats really the problem. One funny thing about this is when I go to start it back up, and it fails, I don't hear a click or anything. It's like the starter isn't getting any power. All the accesories work and everything. I've tried beating on the steering wheel and moving the A/T Shifter back and forth a bunch, because some people said it might work, but it doesnt. It's just deciding not to show me any signs of the problem..:headbang: I tried to figure it out today, and when it decided not to start, I put the E-Brake down and it started right up... I have no clue if thats related. Another problem I noticed today is that after getting it to start up finally, I was reving it up a little bit and it started to cut out at 4 1/2 Thousand RPM. After this initial cut, I held my pedal steadily at about 3 on the guage. I then watched it jump, and cut, and jump and cut out sporadically. It had this issue before, so i removed the air box and found a mouse house of insulation, so I replaced it with intercooler piping and a specter air filter... Ohh and my oil light is on even though its at normal levels. Just Puttin' that out there. WHAT CAN ALL OF THIS BE FROM?!?! Please Help If You Can.