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I replaced the starter on a 1994 toyota camry. Everything appears to be reconnected correctly, but all I can year when I turn the key is the sound of the starter turning. I assume it isn't engaging with the flywheel. The base of the starter appears to be tight against the motor. I had the starter and the battery checked before installation.

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2010

    did you check the teeth on the fly wheel to make sure they where not broken

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When the ignition switch is turned to the starting postion the motor should turn over if it dont then the starter is either not installed properly or the starter drive is sticking or bad if the starter is not engaging with the flywheel there could be a good chance that the teeth on the flywheel are broke off. i would pull the starter back off and use a mirror to check the teeth on the flywheel.

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