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My 2002 Toyota 4 runner does not want to start. The battery seems to be working because the horn keeps beeping and the light from the security system keeps clicking on and off. I tried deactivating the security system and it does not seem to be working.

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Have you check your starter motor as this will most likely be the fault

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