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2002 Toyota Camry Question: Won't start



badassvette, 2.4L 4 Cylinder, Allen, TX, March 03, 2009, 23:55

I have never had a problem with starting my car, one day I tried to start it and it did not even turn over, i tried to get a jump and it still did not start, any suggestions.

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    patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, March 04, 2009, 00:59

    It is possible that your battery is bad and has internally gone open circuit, in which case "jump starting" won't work. Are your battery cables clean and secure at the battery? How old your battery? A battery will typically last three to five years.
    You said the car won't start do the dash lights come on? Do you hear any sound when you try to start the car, do you hear a "clicking sound" that could be signs of a low battery or a failed starter /starter solinoed.
    Toyota have main fuse links at the battery positive cable or a main fuse located in the engine compartment fuse box, if these are bad the dash lights may not illuminate at all.

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