2007 Toyota Camry stops running abruptly. What's wrong

Asked by Jan 19, 2017 at 10:41 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Less than a year ago Toyota replaced motor due to oil consumption
problem with the 2007 Camry. Since I've gotten the car back it has run bad.
I've replaced the alternator 1 yr ago, battery few days ago, water pump last
week and the car is shutting off. I ran for a few days after the water pump
was replaced and this morning shut off again. All of the lights started
coming on and then it stopped. After sitting for about 30 minutes was able
to get it home. That drive is less than 5 minutes and it started doing the
same thing and shut off.

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Let us assume the previous repaires were done correctly. I would begin the diagnosis with a read of codes stored in the various computers on this vehicle. I would then check the fuel delivery system using a fuel pressure Guage. About all you can do without special test equipment is to check fluid levels then drive the vehicle to a auto parts store who will scan computers for free. Call them up first. Get back to us with results.

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