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TOYOTA CAMRY 1988 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, WHEN TURN ON THE IGNITION, NO SOUND IN THE EINGINE AND LIGHTS OF CLOCK GOES OUT, NEW BATTERY. AFTER COUPLE OF TIRES, THE CAR STARTS, WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM, A FAULTY NEUTRAL SWITCH OR SOMETHING ELSE

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Yes, it could be neutral inhibitor switch on trans, or also check that the wiring at starter motor, check all connections are tight and clean.

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