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Celica won't start normally

Car won't start unless I jump a wire between positive battery post and wire connection on starter.

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Check for a blown fusible link between the battery and ignition switch

  • a small length of wire inserted in the thinner cable from,
or
  • a small black bodied square box inside a case on the side of,
the battery connector, I forget which goes on the celica

check connections to ignition switch
Check/replace ignition switch

not a solution just something to check, fusible links -- fuse

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