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No start Battery good, will start when jumped to hotwire, replaced neutral switch, relay, and ignition

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It could still be your battery, you need to run a load test (need a testing device). If battery checks out ok, need to check your starter.

Posted on Aug 03, 2014

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SOURCE: My 88 toyota does not start. All electrical

Change the ignition switch.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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SOURCE: 1998 Toyota Corolla, automatic. I have trouble

  1. I tried to find a
    Toyota Corolla Wiring Diagram 1998 |
    If you go to your library you can look for free. Just not sure of location of of neutral safety switch for your year of car. In the back of motor manual is wire diagrams you will find switch there. Also GEO Prism is the same car.
  2. The last time I worked on a Prism it was a 1997 I found a bad wire connection at the shifter. Took 20 minutes to do repair and no parts.
  3. So I would check the switch in your console. Sometime they stick or a wire comes loose. Sometimes a little WD-40 shot to the switch helps.

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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SOURCE: no engine crank with battery fully charged. we did

Check all the fuses and fusible links,the links are most likely on the starter.

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

Shane Gannon

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SOURCE: Have 1999 4runner and i turn the key and nothing

replace hot cable ....

Posted on Nov 26, 2010

SOURCE: Have 1999 4runner and i turn the key and nothing

The wiring between the ignition switch and the relay are faulty. You must check these wires for continunity to find the bad wire. You can get a digram fronm the haynes manuals they sell for that vehicle at your local autozone store. Hope that helps, Rich

Posted on Nov 26, 2010

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