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Starter motor won't work. Battery is not flat. Turn ignition key and only a dull click. Was like this last week, tried again after an hour and engine started....... but not this time

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It could be a bad earth as this is common.
Best to replace starter motor relay in fusebox as well as starter.
Starter relay is more common than starter motor itself on toyota's.

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Solenoid is probably bad on the starter, it is connected so replace the starter.

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