Toyota Corolla 2006 Starter/Solenoid

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Asked by Aug 08, 2017 at 10:25 AM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've replaced the starter in my 2006 Toyota Corolla about a week ago, and now
it's not turning over or making a sound when I turn the ignition again. What
could cause the starter/Solenoid to go bad so quick?

4 Answers

145

Have you checked the ignition relay?

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4,505

make sure batt terminals are clean and tight , all electrical needs to be that way , the starter grounds to the block

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Apparently the ignition relay had been knocked lose. I was trying to pull it to check it, and could barely get a finger on it. I felt a slight click, and tried the ignition, and it started right up.

145

Awesome Phill! Glad it worked out so simply

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