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My Camry was running fine. Went to start it next morning. Would not crank

(2004 Toyota Camry)
in Montgomery, AL on May 16, 2014
Had battery checked. Cleaned terminals. Was okay. I pulled starter. Had checked. Was okay. All the the dash lights come on. Put back together. It started. Ran great all day. Then sat over night. Would not crank. Could it be the park switch? Malfunctioning?
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on May 16, 2014
would need a little more information but very likely starter is bad
on May 18, 2014
Im thinking it might be a crankshaft sensor . It can be checked using an ohmeter .Or a neutral safety switch. try starting it in neutral .
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