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How to troubleshoot starter for '94 Toyota pickup. Clicks and clicks and finally starts. So far...

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I had the same problem on my 94 toy pickup all i did was go to the dealer and got some copper contacts that go on the starter it cost me about 25 bucks and i pulled it and replaced it myself easy fix.

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A quick check for starter operation is to remove from vehicle, with jumper cables attached to a battery, attach neg. jumper to starter body, then touch pos. cable to starter where cable from + battery would hook up, starter gear should extend to end of shaft and spin. Better yet, since the starter would be out to do this, bring it to a parts store for a free check which will be more thorough and you will get a diagnosis if something isn't right with it.

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If you feel your battery is definitely OK then it would be the large contacts at the bottom of the starter solenoid, which are worn out. The solenoid pulls in but contact is made only intermittently. I had a Toyota once which did that.

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