Having problems with your 1991 Toyota Camry ?
TURN THE KEY WILL NOT START JIGGLE THE KEY IN THE IGNITION SWITCH AND IT WILL START SOMETIMES 1991 CAMRY V6 WAGON , NO PROBLEM WITH BATTERY, WON'T START AT ALL
This is a classic problem with older 1991 Toyota Camrys. Most especially in warm/hot weather. Mine always starts when the engine is cold but often will not restart after I have driven it awhile. Most typically on warm/hot days. Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what the solution is, but It is not the battery, starter or ingition switch. It may have something to do with the igniter/wiring. Don't let a mechanic convince you that you need a new starter.
You need to have the ignition switch replaced. You can do it yourself, but you would need a manual to tell you how to take the steering column apart.
Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for 1991 Toyota Camry
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