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Starting problem with1995 camry

I turn the ignition and hear a clickingsound,the battery is new the dash lights light up fine.after several attempts it finally turns over.it seems to be gettin worse what do u think it could be.

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Your starter solenoid on the starter is going bad .I would get it replaced soon or it will strand you .

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