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After car is hot and shutoff starter is dead for 10 to 15 min then starts normal

Starter makes no noise and does not indicate its getting any signal to start during this outage time.

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Is the battery good?

Posted on Dec 07, 2012

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SOURCE: 1994 toyota camry get difficult to start during cold weather

hi you will find that the cold start injector is not working it is found near the throttle bodyand injects fuel to start when cold like aq choke on older cars . it may need replacing i suspect that it is either blocked or just worn out they are not expensive

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Car will not start right away...makes awful noise

It looks like you have an issue with the starter not engaging the flywheel correctly. Does it make a BrrrrRRRRRRRRRRP noise? Best advice: Replace the starter. Do not get it rebuilt. If you replace the starter ASAP, you may be OK. If not, you are going to have to have the transmission pulled, and you will have to replace the flywheel; that is what is being damaged by the bad starter drive. This is, unfortunately, a common issue.

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Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: 93 Toyota Paseo 1.5 lit, 5 speed will not start when hot

The starter won't get hot while the car is running. The starter only works while you are cranking it over. After running a while and the car is hot, feel if your battery is not over heating. If the vaultage regulator in the alternator is bad the battery may be overcharging causing it to over heat and not want to work when boiling. After it cools down it may work again.
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Posted on May 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 Toyota Camry won't start

The starter has two L-shape copper plates. These copper plates get used every time you start the car. After certain period of time the plates are so thin that no contact is made. So the car doesn't start. So your copper plates could be worn out. I had my replaced. And the problem is gone. If you know a good mechanic, you'll probably get fix for less than $100.

It's a common problem on Camry. They wear out prematurely.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: new battery, starter, cables, runs fine days or

had a similar problem with with my 4runner.replaced most of the fuel and ignition systems with no luck.finally traced the problem to a bad connection between the main relay and the fuel pump.there's a wire harness connection between the back of the gas tank and rear axle.I just replaced it with a solid run from the fuel pump and the relay.haven't had any problems since.

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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