If the vehicle will not crank over, the most common problem is the starter, which tend to fail at about 100,00-125,000 miles. Sometimes it is only the starter solenoid contacts, but often the complete starter (including solenoid) needs to be replaced.
Engine Won't Crank Due To Starter on Toyota Pickup
Average mileage: 165,000 (80,000–260,000)
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1990 Toyota Pickup238,000Visitor
Starter has gone out multiple times in the last 3 years. Luckily I spent the couple extra bucks and bought a starter with a lifetime warranty. Each time it fails I pick up a new starter for free and take a half hour to replace it myself. Havent had the issue for over a year now. Engine is now at 260k
1994 Toyota Pickup82,000Visitor
Truck won't start, installed a new battery...headlights come on, but no dash lights
1990 Toyota PickupVisitor
My truck is 1987 turbo model, thought it might of skip time fixed that problem still want start. So it lead me to think it might be the starter. What should I do
1993 Toyota Pickup260,000Visitor
same problem so starter has lasted a long time; lucky me
1994 Toyota Pickup80,000Visitor
Starter went out.
problem is not constant. when happens can turn key off and on quickly 4 or 5 times ,it cranks.
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