Question about Toyota Corolla
Next step might be to check ignition solenoid, if your car has one. Positive battery cable will go directly to it, it's a short distance from the battery usually mounted on the fire wall or fender well. It will have two or three smaller wires attached to it, maybe by small nuts, one probably push down type... This solenoid is only around $10 at parts store... If not it, go down to starter take solenoid cover off and short from your positive connection to ground, nothing happens you have a problem. Be sure to take off any rings, just use short bumps to test, don't hold onto or use a prolonged short, be sure car is in park or neutral.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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