Question about 1987 Toyota Supra
Bummer, eh? It can be the switch, but more likely neutral safety switch related. For testing, wire a test light to the solenoid activation termimal of the starter, (usually the terminal to the right if the battery terminal connection, clockwise). Then ground the other end of the test light circuit. test that the light illuminates when you activate the starter.
Then, next failure, you know whether or not current is getting to the soleniod.... Follow through either upstream, meaning neutral safety, wiring, connections, and ignition switch, or downstream, meaning something is wrong with the starter. STarter is less likely, since TWO starters did the same thing.... Not impossible, but un likely.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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