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My 94 camry (2.2L) wont turn over. hit the starter and it started, so i changed it. next day same issue. lights stay bright during the attempt to start, interior clock and radio i notice go dim/off while you turn the key.. any idea's? thx mike

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What lights? headlights? dash lights? I would check the connections. If its the starter usually you will hear a heavy "click" when you turn the key.

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