1991 Toyota Cressida 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 280000 miles
I have a 91 toyota cressida that was running good until a small heater hose on the back side of motor blew and my wife had to pull of the interstate. She drove car about a half mile and shut it off. Every since then it won't start. I replaced battery, alternator, and starter all with new ones. When I turn ignition key to start the car all the lights on the panel will light up but the car will not start. Dead silence, no solinoid sound trying to engage starter nothing. I even tested starter neutral switch by putting transmission in neutral and tried to start car. Nothing dead silence. Is there an easy way to troubleshoot the ignition switch? Is there a fuse that I need to test? If the ignition switch is bad would I be able to replace it myself? I forgot to mention that the engine did not freeze up." -__________ I put a socket on the end of the crankshaft and used a breaker bar and turned the motor over. "
have the same problem?
Saturday, November 29th, 2008 AT 5:32 PM