Question about 1996 Toyota Corolla
Here are the things that you need to check:
2. Check the wires on the solenoid, make sure that they are on the correct terminals.
3. Check for a blown link or fuse in the link/fuse box in the engine bay labeled BATT.
Try to bypass the ignition switch (make sure transmission is in neutral or park) by unplugging the push-on connector from the solenoid "S" terminal. Connect a jumper wire or remote starter switch between the battery positive terminal and the exposed "S" solenoid terminal. The starter should crank the engine. If the starter cranks the engine, check for an open in the circuit between the starter and ignition switch, and connectors. Also, check the ignition switch and the fusible link. On cars with automatic transmissions, check the A/T gear position switch (neutral position switch) and connector. The transmission range sensor (PRNDL) could also be out of adjustment or defective. On cars with manual transmissions, check the starter cut relay, clutch interlock switch, and connectors.
Because of the other items not working, pay particular attention to the ignition switch, which appears to be the common link to both set of problems.
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