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New starter? my 1994 toyota camery was having problem startingall lights working, but it didn't start. So, I change the postive termanal and clean the stud.Jumped the battery and it started up. I let the car run for an hour to recharge the battery.Now, it takes may 9 to 10 times to get the car To turn over could it be my starter now ?

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You need a starter. very common for toyota cars.

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