95 toyota camry wont start

Asked by Jan 31, 2018 at 08:24 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

This morning my car wouldn't start. The inside
dash lights would come on but when I tried to turn
it over it made a loud click and everything shut off.
Long story short I cleaned my terminals changed a
burnt 7.5 fuse and has the starter tested and it
failed but even after replacing the starter it does
the same thing so I also replaced the the starter
relay but still not turning over    when I put the keys
in the ignition all the lights come on but when I try
to crank it absolutely nothing happens except my
clock radio goes dim     and I also had my battery
tested and it was good.  Could someone maybe
have a clue what's up ?  I just spent $200 dollars
and it still won't crank

3 Answers

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what fuse did you burn ? smell anything burning ?

I'm really not sure what fuse was burnt I just pulled them all out and checked them. When I had the battery tested they said it was 90% charged and was a good battery I guess I need to look and see what fuse that was

Oh and no I didn't smell anything burning could I have maybe messed up a main fuse or something? I don't know much about cars

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