Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
Check the battery cables especially the ones off the starter for corrosion and looseness. If everything is clean and tight then remove all B+ wires from starter ( remember to disconnect the battery first) then run a jumper wire from Battery to starter and see if she runs. If no replace the starter. If it does then its something in the starter control circuit. ignition switch, neutral safety switch, relay or wiring.
Based on your write up it sounds like the starter itself.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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