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2000 solara not starting

Wondering if there is a fuseable link from the battery or relay to the starter. when i bypassed straight to the starter from the battery it starts?????

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  • lopez4547 Feb 03, 2009

    starter and cylinoid are in one unit and we tested out of car and it fired up????

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Its most likly going to be the cylinoid that is atached to the starter not letting power get to the starter.

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