I have a 2000 camry 2.2 I have replaced the starter twice replace cables battery is good when i go out it starts but then if i good out it may start several times then all of a sudden i go to start an

Asked by Feb 04, 2017 at 07:37 AM about the 2000 Toyota Camry CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had it towed to a garage and when they tried it it started it seems that
something is getting shaken loose when hit a bump or something.Can anyone
help me please.

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Hopefully your garage can fix it. It is really difficult to determine what is wrong sitting behind this monitor with such little information.

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Did you notice any warning lights on or flashing? Need to clarify the issue. Two things have to happen when you want a engine to run. ONE....the engine must CRANK. The battery and starter circuit must be in good shape for a proper CRANK. TWO. Then the engine should FIRE UP....START. So...which is the problem....no crank...like the battery is dead......or.....turns over well...but will not fire up..Start?

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