Question about Toyota Camry
Yes you can have them use an ohm meter to test the relay integration switch to make sure that power is going through it. That being said, the fact that they can tap the solenoid on the starter and it works to get the car started makes be think that the starter has gone bad again. It doesn't make sense that you replaced it just 3 days ago and it needs to be replaced again. To me, that means that the starter you got was bad and there should be some sort of warranty for that, even 90 days, and it should be covered under that for a new starter for free. Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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