Q: 1995 Camry V6 sometimes won't stay running

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For whatever reason, after I do a lot of driving and the engine is very warm and I shut the car off, and then come back after 20-30 minutes and try to start it, it starts up right away but then immediately shuts off. If I try starting it again, it will do the same thing: start up and then almost immediately die. Only solution is to start it and hold the RPM's at 2k for about 20 seconds until it runs without stalling. - Whenever this happens, I hear a gurgling noise from the rear. It's odd because it occurs randomly and not often. It's just very concerning.

My car has 189000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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