Question about 1993 Toyota Celica
Hey rebecca, 1st thing to check is the battery cable connections to make sure they are clean, and tight. If the battery is fully charged, and the connections are good, you should probably take out the starter and bring it to a parts store to have them check it out. Most stores will do this for free. So, check those connections, and then see if the starter is shot. Your distributor shouldn't have anything to do w/ what u describe. Let me know how u make out. Curt
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