Take out the starter take take off the back lid and you will see the two clips inside that rub against the motor kind of like motor brushes. if they are worn replace them and you will have a new starter. you will hear a clicking noise when they are bad and you will not get your starter to start. Toyota starters do not go bad(quality product).
Remove it and have it tested at an auto parts store
go to your owners manuel, there is a section in there that will tell you or call your local dealer
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Yes you can, just make sure that you tape the button down...and don't forget or forget to tell others about it...because it can be dangerous...as a PEP Boys tech. found out a couple weeks ago, working on my 91 Tercel
DiagramThis one is not easy and I can't just tell you. Take a close look at this link. Copy & paste into your browser. It has a diagram of the connections.
The 3 speed automatic was the only A/T installed that year. There was also a 5 speed manual.
I work in the auto parts business and you need to take it to a mechanic so he can run a diagnostic check and tell you exactly what is making the light come on.
I have a '95 Tercel and the OBDII port is located inside the fuse box cover on the lower left side of the dash to the left of the steering wheel. If you go to a parts store they will tell you it doesn't exist, so just open the cover and show them. It is in fact there.
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I would guess r134a. There should be a sticker around the ports on the lines that tells you....if not, go to an auto parts store or run by a mechanic and it will take them about 1 minute to tell ya.
Make sure battery and charging system are working. Are battery contacts clean and on firmly? Is battery holding a charge, not going dead after a few days of no activity? Is the alternator delivering 13 or 14 volts? Are wires to starter clean and on firmly? If yes to all, suspect starter. A starter can fail different ways: With worn internal contacts it will click but not turn over. With stuck solenoid drive, may whirr but not engage. With faulty solenoid may do nothing. Remove starter and bring to auto parts store for testing
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