I have a 94 toyota camry. It will not start. We have checked out the battery, starter, and made sure there is a good connection on the battery.We have also checked out the starter fuse. Is there a seperate selenoid on the car that might be bad, or would anyone have any other ideas. Thank you
starting on 1994 Toyota Camry
by toy in Antioch, CA on December 20, 2008
ANSWER by Roy Preston on December 22, 2008
How about the ignition lock cylinder Napa part # ECH KS6464 or I see a starter switch listed Napa part # ECH KS 6102 , If its available at a auto part store, Its a common part that has a high failure rate.
ANSWER by Andy Y on December 29, 2008
Does the starter not crank at all? Does it crank but not start the engine? If it does not crank at all, check the wires to the starter, including the signal wire! The signal wire to the starter on my pickup became disconnected so I would only hear a click from the starter relay when I tried to start the engine. If your engine cranks, but does not start, that could be a different problem entirely.
ANSWER by Visitor on March 21, 2010
it is the nuetral safety switch,out of adjustment. move the shifter back and forth until u have contact,the engine will then start.
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