Toyota Camry 2006 2.4GLi Auto

Asked by Apr 01, 2015 at 01:54 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2006 camry starts when i connect my battery to the starter, however it will not turn or crank when i turn the key.

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did you check the starter relay under the hood

Hi, Yes i did, like i said the car starts no issue from the positive battery terminal to the starter positive terminal. Maybe i missed another relay but i think there are only two on the car for the starter. Mind giving me a little more insite so that i may go check further?


Here's a great video that shows how to test for starter, neutral safety switch and ignition. You know the starter is good, so it's down to the ignition or the neutral safety switch.

Hi Reelin, Thanks for the video however I think you failed to read my question properly or maybe I wasn't clear enough the starter works fine it was tested I have gone as far as checking the NSS as well no issue. It would seem that in connecting the cut Loom a wire or two was connected incorrectly. If anyone had a connector lay out or pin out diagram I would highly appreciate it. According to the diagram in the haynes and toyota repair manual I believe the wires connected 100%.

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