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91 corolla 4afe. AC quit working, then shut car off, and no restart. Had to jump starter to start (no signal to starter solenoid) all fuses ok. suspect maybe bad ign switch.... or ??

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Hello,I will try and help you with this problem.Check the battery and connections.The battery might have enough volts,but no amps,and this would cause your problem.You may have to have it load tested too find this out.Also the alternator needs to be checked to see if it is charging correctly.If all this is good,check the neutral safety switch.If I can be of service,let me know.roniecon@gmail.com

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