Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
Not a fuse when a fuse is bad there is no intermittent function at all most likely a bad relay either starter or ignition unfortunately relays cannot be tested you just have to replace them and see if it fixes the problem relays are located in fuse boxes. If replacing the relays doesn't work then the starter solenoid is bad. Be sure to check all battery wires for tightness or corrosion, mainly the ground (black wire) there should be a ground to the body from the battery and the engine block good luck hope this helps
Posted on Apr 12, 2014
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