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Hi I have 2001 Toyota Camry 2.2 liter FS-FE engine manual transmission. When I drive it for 50 kms or longer than that
espically in hot climate the car lose it power and when I Slow down or stop the car shutdown like there is no fuel in system , when I try to start it again it working to 2 minutes then it shoutdown again , when I drive it in that sate it wount move. But whin it getting cold after couple of hours it worked very normall. Icleaned the injector, replace the fuel fillter and replace the coils, but nothing happing.

please help me in this I dont know what to do evrything seem working fine...
 

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even if temp gauge shows normal, test coolant (water) temp sensor. if it is reading too low of resistance, engine ECU thinks it is too hot and cuts out the negine to prevent overheating as if your water has leaked.
 

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It sounds like a bad ignition coil which is opening after some heating period. Check for spark the next time it shuts down. Keep a spare spark plug with you. Make sure you check for spark when it's working ok too to compare. You may still be getting spark when it fails, but it may be very weak compared to normal.

It may also be a failing fuel pump. Only way to know for sure would be to attach a fuel pump pressure gauge to the fuel rail or filter and check for normal pressure range. Then leave it on there under normal driving and take a look at it when you start losing power again.

Also check that your fuel tank cap is ok.

dave mc
 

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It sounds like a bad ignition coil which is opening after some heating period. Check for spark the next time it shuts down. Keep a spare spark plug with you. Make sure you check for spark when it's working ok too to compare. You may still be getting spark when it fails, but it may be very weak compared to normal.

It may also be a failing fuel pump. Only way to know for sure would be to attach a fuel pump pressure gauge to the fuel rail or filter and check for normal pressure range. Then leave it on there under normal driving and take a look at it when you start losing power again.

Also check that your fuel tank cap is ok.

dave mc

It was the throttle body valve. when I disconnicted it my car moving without any problems, but when I went to tthe spare part shop they told me I shold buy the hole throttle body... I wounder is there any way to clean it and will be any effect on the car if I drive it without this valve
 
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