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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 1999 4 cyl Camry and the starter is on the top side of the driver side of the engine. The car was clicking when turning the key , no starter motor kicks in. The solenoid copper contacts just wear down over time and no longer made a good connection to turn the starter motor.
I was able to replace the copper contacts and plunger on the solenoid for $26 in parts. Parts received in 3 days from Nations Electric online. I have done this repair twice now, once on a 1999 Camry and again on a 1998 Chrysler T&C.
Why replace a good stater motor when all you need is new solenoid contacts? Just make sure you don't remove the cover of the starter motor itself! You will have a time getting it back on. See the video below.
Here is a video showing how to do the job:
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
SOURCE: 1996 le 3.0 v6 camry,
how do you know that the pump is working and how do you know the pump is pumping enough?
have you measured fuel pressure
furthermore, even if fuel pressure is "good" you may have clogged all the injectors when you ran out of gas and sucked up all the **** from the bottom of the tank
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
You will need to go through the proceeder that you would to do a timing belt. Remove the drive belts, upper engine mount and bracket,jack the car up and place a jack stand under the car. Remove the harmonic balancer, then both of your timing belt covers. Drain the radiator,and start unbolting the water pump. Loosen the tensioner for the timing belt and remove the belt. You should be able to remove the remainder of the waterpump bolts and replace the pump. I would also recommend that you check your roller bearings,tensioner for any leaks, and replace them all if you have high miles on your car. Parts stores can get you a kit that carries the pump, belt,tensioner,and pulleys if needed.Hope this helps. Might have left out a step or two, but if something is in the way obviously you will have to move it.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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