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Starting problem 1991 toyota corr0lla

New starter,clean all connections ck.gruond ,ck hot wire still no cranck over I have to tap lite on starter crancks over any help,or sugestions thancks adorean

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I think you may have a bad solenoid even though the starter is new. you should not have to tap the starter to get it to turn over. i would take the starter back and ask for a different one to see if that dosent help

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