Starting problems
1990 Toyota Camry

STARTING PROBLEMS

(1990 Toyota Camry)
CAR WILL START WHEN COLD, AFTER A FEW MILES I STOP SHUT OFF, WHEN I TRY TO START AGIN IT WILL NOT TURN OVER, STARTER SOLENOID DOES NOT CLICK. THE ONLY WAY I CAN GET IT TO START IS JUMP IT. I HAVE REPLACED STARTER TWICE, NEW ALT. NEW IGNITION SWITCH. STARTER DOES GET HOT. NO CODES
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on May 24, 2010
How about the battery as a battery with a shorted cell will sometimes start the engine, But as it gets hot it might not have the amps needed to engage the starter. Any good auto parts store can load test the battery for you
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on May 24, 2010
How about the battery as a battery with a shorted cell will sometimes start the engine, But as it gets hot it might not have the amps needed to engage the starter. Any good auto parts store can load test the battery for you
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on November 27, 2010
car don't start at all good battery turns over plenty fuel good spark from coil new plugs new timing belt
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