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When you turn your ignition on 1995 Toyota Corolla and start the car nothing happens like the battery is dead but when you immidiatly turn off the ignition and try again it starts whats the problem?

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2005-09-19 04:47:06
2005-09-19 04:47:06

Several possibilities come to mind with that description: You COULD have a bad solenoid or starter, you COULD have a bad keyswitch, you COULD have a bad battery connection that needs cleaning. I'm certain there are numerous other possibilities that could account for what you describe, these are just the first things I would look at. If you have any other information on the subject post another question and I'll put this on a watchlist.

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