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Car died towed it to the shop, they put it on the computer it said to replace cam sensor replace it twice , happened again replaced the computer. It still dies . Drive it about 10 to 15 minutes dies wait about 10 minutes and it starts up.

(2003 Toyota Camry)
in Danville, IL on May 31, 2016
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on May 31, 2016
WHO replaced the cam sensor , you or the shop? Was the Code just simply retrieved and part replaced , or was any testing done? IF the shop was PAID for DIAGNOSIS , they should be accountable for the subsequent problem with a misdiagnosis. HOWEVER.... IF you just had codes read for free somewhere and thought a code meant a part.....and threw on a cheap aftermarket part.....well.....
on June 01, 2016
The engine computer can not see fuel pressure. It may catch it running lean. Vehicle should be checked out by a qualified pro. Cheaper in the long road and fixed right.
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