If a Toyota Camry stalls and cuts off, it is likely a fuel delivery issue. There are several items that it could be as well. Oxygen sensors do cause malfunctions as well as leaking hoses, bad spark plugs and/or wires, and even a dirty fuel filter.
When a 1995 Toyota Camry stalls and cuts off while it is at a stop idling, it is likely a delivery problem. When the car acts like it is not getting enough gas, a clog or dirty filter are likely the culprit. It could also be a fuel line problem where denting from road debris has caused crimping to impede the flow of fuel to the engine.
i have the same issue. the radio is bad and is shorting out. it is running my battery down every 3 days.
You should specify if you hear any noises or if you get any warning lights on the dash... Based on information you provided there is no way to give a definite answer. But when engine cuts off usually it means that you have problems in electric system (coils, sensors , ECU etc) or fuel supply problem (fuel pump, ECU etc).
If you look under the car, you should be able to see to grooves/cuts surrounding area about 2-3 inches long (there are 4 of them, one per door). Those areas are designed to support jack.
You might need to check the spark plug wires, fuel filter, and check the vacuum hoses.
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It means the car is overheating.
You need to check your fuel pressure..Also check for worn plugs and rotor button
depending on what car it should cut out because the engine is being sapped of the power by the a.c and the gearbox stalls espicially up hills.
sounds like the carb
On a Toyota Landcruiser, it cuts power to the air-conditioner compressors's magnetic clutch when the starter is engaged (cranking engine)