Question about Toyota Celica
The safety switches prevent power to the fuel system and the starter, not the ignition, so that's not your problem..... I would check the crankshaft position sensor and the fuses in addition to making sure that there are no stored codes in the computer and that it is functioning properly.... Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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