1994 Toyoya Camry (No Crank No Start)

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Asked by Feb 04, 2014 at 12:53 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Started fine as I went to luch came back 1 hr later and no start / no  crank. I replaced the battery and that did not help. Lights work and open door ding but nothing else.

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Is anti theft flashing?

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Not sure where the anit theft is? Also I found out that head lights work but brake lights do not.

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When you turn the key on is it flashing on the dash/instrument cluster?

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Light cluster does not work when I turn the key. Only door ajar light. The car does have a remote start and when I try to start with RS they dash light come on. When lights come on, I turn the key to start and the motor turns over but still no start. No fuel/spark? Im thinking neutral saftey switch.

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If it was neutral safety it would not crank. Take the air filter cover off and spray some starting fluid in it and crank it to see if it runs for a few seconds.

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Did you try to jump it sounds like you blew Main fuse 100 amps,or 80 amps make sure Fuse is!w Not blown

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Reset disconnect battery posts wait 15 seconds reconnect

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My 95 Camry is doing the exact same thing. Did you ever figure out the problem with yours?

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