95 celica st stalling

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Asked by May 18, 2009 at 10:18 PM about the 1995 Toyota Celica

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the car is fine for a while but after 20 or 30 minutes of driving the rpm drops to 0 and then the car shuts off i hooked it up to a computer and they told me egr valve, and an ignition problem . but i went to the dealer and they said that the 7afe does not come with an egr valve. this happen to anyone else any idea on what i could do i changed oil and plugs and wires a friend said maybe fuel pump...

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If this car is US - it has an EGR if not probably not. Does not sound like the problem anyway These cars are known for two things 'when hot'. Igniter assembly and/or Pick Up coil assembly. Its probably an igniter though :( $$$$ - Little silver box either in the distributer or an assembly on the fender well. Good luck

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i have a 1995 toyota celica st and had same problem and had vacum leak at power stering vacum hoses and problem solved

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