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If the solenoid is clicking when you turn the key its very unlikely to be a relay fault, the relay controls the feed to the exciter wire which must be working for the solenoid to be clicking. If you haven't ruled out the battery completely do so by attaching jump leads, if that makes no difference you ideally need to check for a volt drop between engine and battery earth terminal and also main starter feed to battery positive, (the latter can be a problem with difficult to access starter motors tho.) if all wiring is ok its most likely the motor itself, if you can get to it give it a tap with something and see if it makes any difference. If it starts after a tap then its most likely the starter motor.
slide the lower part of shifter handle down and you will find two screws, but there is 2 wires coming in from center console for overdrive button.you have to remove the center console cover and remove the 2 wires from connector and then pull up threw handle.when you go back together you will have to guide them back threw the handle.
On your 91 Lexus Ls400.
The starter motor is located :
Rear of the Engine. Under the Intake Manifold.
You can see unless you remove the intake.
Becuase for replace the Starter Motor on your car
You will need to REMOVE the INTAKE MANIFOLD.
To get axces to the Starter Motor.
The Aproximate time for Remove and Install the starter is:
5.1 Hours, labor.
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