Won't start

Asked by Apr 22, 2016 at 08:17 PM about the 1996 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I can't seem to get it to start the starter
is good the battery is charged when I
pulled the fuses last night and put
them back in it cranked up today I
came earlier and cranked it just fine
and now it wont crank please help

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Clarification needed. There are 2 phases to getting an engine running. First the engine must CRANK OVER properly. Second...the engine must then FIRE UP(Start) Am I assuming this vehicle cranks over properly(battery and starter seem good).....but...will not fire up?

It don't do nothing won't even try to turn over

OK...sounds like you have an intermittent problem in the Cranking Circuit Under the hood there are several Fuse/Junction boxes.. Find the STARTER RELAY on the left side(Driver Side) While someone attempts to start the engine...tap on this relay with the handle of a screw driver. If the engine will not crank after the "Tap Test'...a Digital Volt/Ohm Meter will be required for further diagnosis.

Curious. What was the conclusion and repair on this vehicle?

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