95 Toyota Camry wont start after turning off car

Asked by Jul 20, 2015 at 07:34 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 95 Toyota Camry has been running fine
with no issues. Gas is always at half a tank
or more never let it reach empty. After
driving my car for a short or long distance
and I turn off the car, I attempt to restart it
and it cranks but doesnt start. I let it sit for
about 30-40 mins and it starts with no
problem. Checked battery and it is fine. Not
sure what the issue is but would love advise
on what could be the issue. Have
researched and see several issues with an
ignition coil. Could this possibly be the
issue?

6 Answers

18,550

Ignition coils have been know to stop working when it gets hot and will start again once it has cooled down. The thing is to catch it when it does it then check for spark.

Ok. I will check for a spark next time it happens. And to do this.......??

18,550

Not being smart but if you have to ask it is best that you get someone that a little mechanically inclined to do the test.

No offense taken. I think I agree with you and will have someone test for a spark the next time it happens. Thanks so much for the advise

18,550

No problem just keep us informed if that took care of the problem or something else. Thanks

Will post tomorrow after I have someone look at it

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