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Standard Ignition
1977 Toyota Pickup Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-23D487E    SS-238  New

28150-36050 , 1M1316 , 28150-23010 , E957 , 12323152 , W569 , 88923093 , 25-1630 , 28150-60060 , S573 , SS337 , E915

Qty:
$50.48
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round, Rectangular
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1977 - Toyota Pickup
Standard Ignition
1972 Toyota Crown Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1972 - Toyota Crown
Standard Ignition
2009 Toyota Matrix Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 1.8L Standard Ignition

P311-0D19E99    SS879  New

28150-37050 , 2815037060 , S41415 , 19204532

Qty:
$76.09
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2009 - Toyota Matrix L 4 Cyl 1.8L 110 1798
Standard Ignition
1972 Toyota Mark II Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 2.0L Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1972 - Toyota Mark II L 4 Cyl 2.0L 120 1968
Standard Ignition
1976 Toyota Celica Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • w/o Relay 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1976 - Toyota Celica
Standard Ignition
1973 Toyota Celica Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • 0.9 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1973 - Toyota Celica
Standard Ignition
1974 Toyota Celica Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • To 1/74 0.9 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1974 - Toyota Celica
Standard Ignition
1972 Toyota Celica Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • To 10/72 1.0 Kw 0.9 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1972 - Toyota Celica
Standard Ignition
1980 Toyota Land Cruiser Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • with U.S. Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1980 - Toyota Land Cruiser
Standard Ignition
1979 Toyota Land Cruiser Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • with U.S. Emissions From 2/79 Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1979 - Toyota Land Cruiser
Standard Ignition
1976 Toyota Mark II Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-24A8BEA    SS-218  New

25-1786 , 88923064 , SS315 , D27Z-11390A , D77Z-11390A , 28150-34070 , E900 , 1M1288 , SS718 , 28150-24061 , 28150-41010 , 6-950 , 89210-4122 , 28150-41011 , 053 400 1040 , 12302278 , 28150-24060 , W553 , E945 , 1014063C1 , 1M1098 , 28150-33021 , 28150-33020 , 28150-24020 , 25-1615 , 28150-24071 , S521 , 49210 7102 , 28150-60040

Qty:
$48.21
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • with Calif. Emissions 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1976 - Toyota Mark II
Standard Ignition
1975 Toyota Celica Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • with Calif. Emissions 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1975 - Toyota Celica
Standard Ignition
1974 Toyota Mark II Starter Solenoid 6 Cyl 2.6L Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1974 - Toyota Mark II L 6 Cyl 2.6L - 2563
Standard Ignition
1972 Toyota Celica Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • From 11/72 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1972 - Toyota Celica
Standard Ignition
1974 Toyota Land Cruiser Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1974 - Toyota Land Cruiser
Standard Ignition
1968 Toyota Corona Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • 1.3 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1968 - Toyota Corona
Standard Ignition
1973 Toyota Mark II Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • From 5/73 1.0 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1973 - Toyota Mark II
Standard Ignition
1974 Toyota Pickup Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A6A436    SS-237  New

S572 , 28150-12030 , E914 , W568 , 1M1267 , 28150-12033 , 28150-41020 , 12323151 , E956 , 25-1629 , SS336 , 88923092 , 28150-12031

Qty:
$38.30
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • From 12/73 Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female; Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male; Female
    • Terminal Quantity: 4:1
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96 Toyota Corolla Clicks When Turn Key

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Question From 96ToyotaCorolla on 96 Toyota Corolla Clicks When Turn Key

Any help would be appreciated here.
My '96 Toyota Corolla (4 Cylinder, 1.8 I believe) just stopped starting without warning. Just clicks when turning key.
Battery is only approx 6 months old.
Had starter checked and mechanic states that he replaced it and didn't help. He says he had someone check it and that engine is locked up and that it needs a new one. But I seriously don't believe him since never had issues and do oil changes on reg basis.
Thinking maybe it's the Alternator but not sure if should just do that.

What is my next best step to take to verify what is going on? I guess that would be my first question.
Never had to find a good mechanic in area I live now, so hard to trust people will do ya right. I'm fairly mechanically inclined but always worked on older cars.
Thanks in advance for the assistance!

Response From GKOO Top Rated Answer

CHECK THE STARTER SOLENOID TOO. AND BATTERY CONN...

Response From Hammer Time

He could be right. It's easiest enough to verify by putting a socket on the crankshaft bolt with a big ratchet and see if the engine can be turned by hand. If it can't, then he is right.

1995 Tacoma trying to start when key removed

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Question From oldgeezer on 1995 Tacoma trying to start when key removed

1995 Toyota Tacoma 4WD 2.7 liter 4 cylinder 45000 miles

When I started up it made a thrashing sound, so turned it off and removed the key, but still it kept turning the motor over. Had to disconnect battery to get it to stop. Bench checked the starter relay (located near the battery) with a power supply and ohmmeter and seemed to respond to voltage, and the contacts disconnected OK when the voltage was removed.

So what is the best thing to do next?? Is the starter solenoid replacable, i.e., separately from the starter motor? What is a good procedure to use?

Response From nickwarner

If you have a separate magnetic switch, even if your starter solenoid was bad it couldn't cause this. It can't do anything without power from the mag switch. Your ignition switch in the column could cause this, but so could that magnetic switch. I know it bench tested ok, but thats not a sure thing. Test it under load. Have someone turn the key while you stand next to the battery with terminals loose so you can pop it off fast if needed. If it does it, try putting a test light into the signal wire triggering the switch. Have someone cycle the key multiple times to see if it keeps power when it shouldn't. You should only have 12v at the switch trigger wire when the key is in the start position.

Response From oldgeezer Top Rated Answer

OK, will check out what you suggested. I can measure the voltage at the magnetic relay when the key is off. Thanks

PS> I may have also damaged the starter motor because it took me a long time to find a wrench to remove the battery terminal, and it was a new battery, so the engine cranked for quite a while. Also will check that relay voltage responds properly when key is exercised several times.

2006 toyota corolla starter, crossed cables, fried fuses, what else?

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Question From nbs963 on 2006 toyota corolla starter, crossed cables, fried fuses, what else?

100 amp fuse blew and replaced.
10 amp main fuse also.
what else?
the interior lights come on and i hear a click in the glove box but that's it.

the toyota corolla has juice in the bat,
i hear the click in the glove box but wont turn over
i banged on the starter
what else can i do

also check all the fuses b/c i crossed the jumper cables and fried the 100 amp
it's replaced and all fuses under hood checked




What you could do is find the starter relay in this picture. When you turn the key to start you should hear it click. If it doesn't click, check the 15 amp AM2 fuse in that same fuse panel the starter relay is on.

Response From nickwarner

You reversed the polarity of jumper cables? You created an inductive spike of 24 volts into a 12 volt system. Not good. You need to test for power at the small trigger wire of the starter solenoid when the key is held in the start position. Need to get it to crank over to see what else got wrecked. You blew a 100 amp fuse, so I'd bet there is some other damage. You very well may have fried every module in that car like an egg

Response From nbs963

and if i did?

also a 10 amp fuse blew for the "main"

aren't the fuses supposed to protect the system from frying "every module"?

Response From Discretesignals

Nbs, please don't create a whole bunch of one question posts. If your going to ask more than one question you can edit or consolidate your questions into one post. We don't need 3 pages of posts in one thread.

Response From nbs963

i thought i posted the same question in two different threads. my appolgies for the taboo. sorta new the the chat thing.
can you help with the question?

Response From Discretesignals

You did create more than one thread. In this thread you had a bunch of posts back to back. I went ahead and consolidated them. You can edit and add stuff to your posts before you get a response, so you don't fill up someone's email box full of responses.

Nick has you under control.

Response From nickwarner

Your car uses electronic modules for the engine, transmission, abs, traction control, hvac, instrument cluster and body. They use a 12v power system with 5v reference circuits for the computer boards under low amperage. Its a reliable system. But when you cross the polarity between two batteries like you did, that doubles the voltage to 24v. You were at 24 volts in excess of 100 amps of current which can be seen by your blown 100 amp fuse. But that fuse was made to blow from 100 amps at 12 volts. The higher the voltage, the lower an amperage to do the same job. Thats why things like your water heater in your house and your clothes dryer use 220 volts instead of 110. Thats why a 110 volt extension cord, with 3 wires in it, is so small yet can power so much yet your 12 volt car has each battery cable as thick as an extension cord. Think of voltage as pressure, and amps like gallons per minute. Typical 12v is like a garden hose, 110v is like a pressure washer. The higher the pressure, the less flow you need. But when that 100 amp fuse blew, it was under DOUBLE the voltage (pressure) so the amperage (flow) was cut in half. So a 100 amp blast at 24v is like a 200 amp blast at 12v and something this was never designed for or protected from. 24 volts in excess of 100 amps is the amount of power capable of welding 1/2 thick steel together. So when it gets to a printed circuit board with micro transistors, capacitors, diodes and such that use circuit lines you have the check with a microscrope, and when they get to relays made to control small amounts of current, its like if you walked over to your dryer outlet and shoved a fork inside it. Is this making sense? We're talking about modules that cost over $1000 apiece just for the part before having to be reflashed by a dealership to even allow the car to start, and even then the wiring harness itself might be so badly damaged along with the thousands of dollars worth of sensors on that car that it could very well be totalled. Thats the doomsday scenario, but I've seen it happen. I've seen mufflers get welded on at 18v with the battery still connected do very serious damage. This is worse.

You might be lucky here and just have fried a relay. Perhaps a battery cable. Maybe the battery is the victim. Pray this is the case. You need to do some testing to find out.

First, make sure your battery is fully charged and has been tested and verified good. Most parts stores will do this for free. Make sure the connections to your battery are cleaned up shiny and corrosion free. Verify that they are tight and you cannot move the cable on the battery.

Using a 12v test light (cheap little thing at any parts store) clip the wire onto your battery ground and place the probe on the small trigger terminal of the starter. Have someone put the ignition switch into the start position. If the test light comes on, you are getting signal from the starter relay to the magnetic switch in the solenoid to engage and it isn't doing so. From there, you would need a digital multimeter to do a voltage drop test which is actually simple and if we get that far I will explain it to you. If it passes voltage drop testing of the power and ground cables, the starter would be confirmed bad and it wouldn't be guessing or wasting money on an expensive part to install the starter.

If the light doesn't come on when the key is in the start position, We will be testing the starter relay and relay circuit integrity.

Need to get the engine to turn over to find out what if any other damage has happened from this.

Please perform these tests and post back with the results so I can guide you further towards a diagnosis.

Response From nbs963

Ok,you the man, I'll do the tests tomorrow as it's cold and dark here in co. will be sure to post my results.
however i believe the bat and cables are fine b/c the lights and windows work when i turn the ignition on. it seems as it was before i screwed up jumping it. Do starters freeze up or go bad after a car sits for awhile? I had a relay go on a dodge caravan years ago and it took forever to figure it out what it was, however it was cheeap and easy to fix. similar ignition response as i'm having now. though the crossed cables definatly was bad and sounds like could
have created lots of problems.
Seems like these newer cars would have some sort of fail safe for boneheads that cross their jumper cables.

Response From Sidom

1st thing on the list tomorrow.....pull the battery & have it charged & tested

Response From nbs963

Ok, the batteryy tested out bad, bought a new one, still the same thing. The starter just makes a click sound from the glove box. It doesn't turn over. What next? check the starter cable with the light tester?

Response From Sidom

Yea get your test light & go down the the starter, take the little wire off the solenoid, have someone hold the key in the start position and see if there is 12v on that wire.......More than likely there isn't but it's best to make sure.....If you can safely jump 12v to that little terminal, when you jump it the starter should crank if the motor, power & grounds are good

Response From nbs963

OK, i pulled off the wire harnes to the starter. hooked up the tester light to the nuetral, turned the key and nothing. no light., so battery has been replaced and visable fuses, yet still wont crank or light my tester light.
How do i safely get 12 v to that wire?

Response From Sidom


so battery has been replaced and visable fuses
Before we get too far.......Have you checked the fuses in both boxes???? The one inside on the drivers side?


Response From nbs963

I can't get to that box, inside on drivers side. seems the only way is to take the dash off. This 2006 corolla is not mine (bro-in-law) and does not have owners manual. any suggestions on how to access this fuse panel inside drivers side?
could be as simple as that. i open a little hatch and can see a bunch of relays but cannot get to them

ok got to the fuses under dash on drivers side and yes a 15 amp fuse marked am2 was blown, replaced it, turned on ignition and blew again. sooo there's a short right?
where should i go next?

Response From Sidom

Ok......My mistake...I misread your post and thought you had tested fuses in all the boxes.......Yea we really need to check that inside box next....

Mose inside boxes you can either get to them by laying on your back & looking under the dash, other ones are covered by a frt lower panel.....Some panels will be held on by clips or are fastened by screws....Look at it real close & if there are no bottom or front bolts/screws, the gently tug on the panel & see if it feels like it will pull off to expose the box.....

Then grab your test ligtht, turn the key into the on position & test all the fuses...

Response From nbs963

Yes there was a 15amp blown in the inside fuse panel. it's marked as am2 . i replaced it and it blew again. short right?
where should i look next?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

I'm trying to pull up the specs on this right now....

My previous post tells you how to verify if there is a short....It takes a bulb style test light......If there is a short it will make the test light light up....

Do that & check the harnesses......just for the heckva it.....when the light is on, disconnect the little wire off the starter solenoid & see if that gets the test light to go out......If it does, get an ohm meter & check the reisistance between the small terminal on the starter & ground...

Response From nbs963

Honestly i'm not sure if my test light works, so i'm using a volt meter. Yes there's voltage going to that fuse, load side when i turn the ignition,with the wire attached to the solenoid and unattached to the solenoid. same amount of volts

i think i'm doing it right. i'll reread and check again

Ok so i reread your post, went back and checked things out again. with the wire/harness disconnected from starter, i get voltage to one side of the fuse slot of the fuse that keeps blowing, with and with out the igniton on. the other side however does seem to get voltage with or with out the ignition on.

Response From Sidom

Well a test light would be a little easier.....

There are 2 sides to every fuse holder....one side is the power side, the other side is the load side. The power side will have 12v with the fuse removed and the load side will have no power.....That is what the fuse is doing, bridging the gap.....

So if you are using a voltmeter, you would want to use the ohms but this is where a test light is better. Even with no short there will be continuity in that circuit so with a short there will be very little resistance to ground......

With a bulb style test light, if there is no short, there won't be enough current flow to light the test light.....If there is a short in that circuit, if you have the end hook up to a 12v power source, the light will come on....Then you just start disconnecting all the loads on that circuit & moving harnesses to try to get the light to go out......Short indicators will have a light & a tone.....This way if you are working with harnesses where you can't see the light, you listen for the tone to go out or cut out for a moment.....

Dig your light out & see if it works......just hook the clip to batt - & toucht the probe end to batt +...it the light is good, it will come on....Once again...it has to be a bulb style....an led test light won't work for this

Response From nbs963

i tried the tesp light bulb on the bat, neg to the clip and the poker to pos. got nothing. so i took it over to an outlet and clipped a piece of copper to the clip and stuck the poker in the other side and it blew the buld right outta the socket. soo.. i no longer have a test light. so to do that i'll have to replace it. it's sunday and i live far away from anywhere that's open. can i use this volt meter to keep checking?
Just to make me feel better that i didn't fry the computer, do you think it's just a simple short then? one guy on this forum says i could have potentially totaled the car by frying every modual and computer. do you think that could still be the case?
Again you'd think these newer cars would have some sort of fail safe against too much damage being done by something as simple and common as crossing the jumper cables

Response From Sidom

Ok...................

I think the best thing here would be to disconnect the little wire off the starter, put a new fuse in the holder and if it doesn't blow take the starter off & have it tested, it the fuse still blow then this is probably going to need to go to an electrical shop. (The battery needs to be disconnected before doing any electrical R&R work)

There are some expensive modules on the car, that hopefully are still ok that can still be damaged....Also there are ways you can hurt youself and I sure don't want to see that happen...

Looking for shorts isn't an easy job to begin with (personally, i hate em) and does require a pretty good understanding of DC voltage & how it works.....

It might be better to cut our losses at this point before we make it worse.......

Response From nbs963

I agree, yes with the wire off the starter the fuse still blew. looks like i'll be taking it to a shop for some help.
Thanks very much for all of your help

Response From nbs963

got the car back from the mechanic today. Paid the min charge, $90 for the guy to "reset the alternator and electrical system" Not sure what he actually did but certain it was easy and something i should have been able to do here in the driveway.
Fortunately not "totaled" as somebody suggested.
anyway i imagine i'll never cross the cables again.
thanks

Response From Sidom

Good to hear you got it up and running again....

The problem with electrical work is the repairs are almost always the easiet thing to do....The hardest thing is finding them... So if its a bad wire, shorted socket, loose terminal or even a bad module, when you point to it and say "there it is"....It always looks simple and is.

The shop I'm at has a min of an hour for cars/trucks & .5 for trailers.....If I find the problem fairly quickly and it's just a bad wire or terminal, I'll usually just repair the wire as part of the hour... Sounds like that's what happened with your car, it was an easy find & fix....

I had a Suburban a customer brought in for a short that was blowing his horn fuse. He had already taken it to another shop with no luck. I finally found the problem....The underhood light bulb was shorted internally.......Think he was happy that we found the problem & fixed his truck??????

Nope.......he was pissed & threw a fit in the parking lot.....

Response From Discretesignals

Glad to see it was figured out. I didn't know there was a reset button on the alternator. I guess an alternator running windows operating system needs a reboot every once in a while.

Thanks for the follow up.

Closed as solved....kinda

Response From nbs963

yes 15 amp marked am 2 blown and blew again after replaced and turn ignition

Response From Sidom

Hmmmmm....Thats a problem......Which box is it in? ......I may have to go back & reread everything......I was under the impression this car had no problems, sat for a while, cables got crossed & blew fuses, both boxes were checked & replaced blown fuse and now will not crank.....

If you have a fuse blowing as soon as the key is turned on then you have short, somewhere... My database is down at moment so while I work on this pos, what you could do, is look all the wiring harnesses over and see if there is any damage/hitting/oil saturation on any of them....anything that might be hitting metal..

If your test light is the bulb style (led style won't work), what you can do is hook the clip to batt +, touch the probe to ground to make sure the light comes on. Pull the fuse that is blowing and probe the load side of the fuse holder, if the light lights up, that would indicate a short. This is where you need to know all the items this circuit powers, so you can disconnect stuff one at a time to get the light to go out, after that you can wiggle & move the harnesses....if the light goes out or flickers, then you are in the spot where the short is....

If you are unsure on which side of the fuse holder is the load side.....hook the test light up to ground, turn the key on & probe both sides of the holder, the terminal that doesn't have power on it is the load side.....

Response From nbs963

ok, yes you have the scene correct. i've checked all the lines once under the hood. all are encased in plastic flex conduit. i'll go a test the load side of the fuse and try to narrow it down. any idea what the am2 fuse inside fuse panel is for ?

yes car sat for a while, but wouldn't start, same thing as now, won't turn over, just a click when you turn the key, lights and windows work. when i jumped it yesterday i crossed cables. blew the 100 amp and a 10amp, maybe this 15amp that keeps blowing now. it's marked AM2. the 10amp that blew is marked ETCS, replaced it and it has not blown since.

Response From nbs963

got it, i'll put the wifes battery in there.
would be great if that's the only problem.

Response From Discretesignals

If I were you, I wouldn't touch the wife's car. That is all you need is to have problems by messing around with her car. Then you'll be sleeping on the couch.

Best to take the wife's car down to the auto parts store with your brother-in-law's battery in the trunk to have it tested.

Response From nbs963

got it

Response From Discretesignals

I'm sure the wife is looking over your shoulder...she's prolly thinking, " You got that right, he ain't going to screw up my car too."

Response From nbs963

she got a good laugh

Response From nbs963

I see, again sorry for the duplicate, i thought the auto forum and electrical and wiring would be two different discussions. anyway i found this site on google where somebody had done the exact same thing. But there was never a resolution to the problem posted.
I'm not sure if i fried the starter,alterantor or some fuse or relay other than the ones i checked and replaced.

Response From nbs963

TAKE OF BOTH CABLES AND GROUND THEM TOGETHER FOR 30 OR SO MINUTES, THIS WILL RESET THE CARS MEMORY, TEST VOLTAGE ON BATTERY WITH VOLT METER & IF IT IS BELOW 12.31V THEN CHARGE THE BATTERY , ONCE BATTERY CHARGED HOOK UP BATTERY LEADS (TO RIGHT TERMINALS) & ATTEMPT TO START CAR, IF ALL YOU GET IS A CLICK THEN LOCATE THE STARTER MOTOR & GIVE IT A FIRM WHACK WITH A HAMMER (SERIOUSLY) THIS WILL FREE UP THE STARTER & WILL ALLOW THE CAR TO CRANK


Does this sound right? I did whack the starter but i'm not sure what he means by "grounding the cables"

Response From Sidom

Is there any aftermarket alarms installed on this car?

To answer your other question, fuses keep your car from burning down.....They can protect the other stuff in the circuit...If they blow fast enough

Response From nbs963

no but there's an after marker stereo, that seems to be installed poorly. it's my brother-in-laws car. sat for awhile in colorado winter. trying to get it started to sell it.

Response From Discretesignals

It is partly right.

Did the vehicle crank before you connected the jumper cables to the battery?

If not, then you should test the battery first. Remove it from the vehicle and take it to your local parts store to have it tested. You want to make sure the battery is good before you go any further.

If you don't have a 12 volt test light or multimeter, you might want to pick one up.

Response From nbs963

no it wouldn't turn over, just the click, before i put the cables on backwards. then i crossed the cables, blew the 100 amp fuse and a 10 amp "main" fuse. replced both , check em all under the hood that i can find, and now seems to be as before with lights and windows working but just a click in the glove box, no crank.
when i put the cables on correctly it does the same thing. If it's just the battery wouldn't it start when i had it jumped to my truck properly?

car won't start unless I push start (pop the clutch)

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Question From tilopa on car won't start unless I push start (pop the clutch)

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Toyota Camry

The starter seems fine, when I turn the key the starter cranks full on and the car acts like it is not getting fuel. But when I push it down a hill and pop the clutch it starts easily. What could this be?
Thanks.

Response From Discretesignals

Check for bad connection at the battery and fuse block. Make sure your battery connections are clean and tight. Check for bad grounds. Maybe there is resistance in the circuits that feed power to the devices that control the operation of the engine. When you use the starter the system voltage drops down to 9-10 volts and with the added resistance in the power circuits to engine control devices they aren't getting enough current to operate. Push starting bypasses the starter motor, so those device are able to get more battery voltage which might be enough even though there is resistance.

Response From tilopa Top Rated Answer

Thanks.

I just checked the wiring from the battery and fuse box and everything looked good, all tight and no funny looking wires. Tried looking for the starter solenoidal to see if it looked ok but could not find it. The starter looks rather small, but I guess for a 2.0 liter 4 cyl it does not need much.

I'm just curious what powers the fuel injection system? When I turn the key does the starter turn the crank which powers the fuel injection via some pulley system. Forgive my ignorance, I'm trying to learn this stuff. If just feels like I'm not getting fuel into the engine.

Response From Discretesignals

If the engine is cranking, then you probably don't have a problem with the starter circuit.

Another thing that comes to mind is that the starter switch allows power to go to the starter relay and also the circuits that feed the computer and other devices that have to have power when the engine is cranking. It's possible that you don't have power to engine controls when the ignition switch is in the start position, but has power when the ignition switch is in the ON position. You need to get hold of a volt meter and wiring schematic to see if you have power at those devices in the start position.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Far out thought - like me: Is this car almost out of gas all the time or at this time? If so maybe the pick up in the tank can't reach the fuel!

Did a ton of road calls for broken down or no start vehicles. They may still list it but top several are battery low or failed, belts, tires w flat spare, hoses, overheats AND OUT OF GAS!



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Toyota Camry 2002 V6 has 135K miles has Starter Problem

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Question From Senthil on Toyota Camry 2002 V6 has 135K miles has Starter Problem

Hello,

I have a Toyota Camry 2002 V6 and it has 135K miles on it, It has been running smooth and there were no issues. The problem start from last week and here is what happening

1. Car Starts in the morning however now i notice there very little delay
2. I drive the car nearest shop, 5 minutes drive when i comeback and re-start it and it doesn't start

Problem analysis and temporary solution provided by AAA
1. Initially I thought its battery issue and called AAA for jump start
2. The AAA guy tried to jump start car but it didn't start
3. The the guy told me he knew the problem and hit the starter couple of times asked me start it and car Started, he did mention some spring is root cause and asked me to take it mechanic, is there way to identify the root cause and fix it ourself
4. I have started my car this way couple of times by hitting the starter with iron rod comes with tier replacement kit

I need advice and help on identifying the issue and steps to fix it myself.

Observations
1. When I turn on the engine I hear one click sound and weening/some kind humming sound but engine doesn't crank
2. Sometime Car starts without hitting after long gap, I mean if re-start the car next day morning or in evening when I leave from work.

Questions
1. is it starter problem or Starter Solenoid problem?
2. Is it possible to fix the Starter problem? by brushing the copper plates or replacing starter parts?
3. Do I need to replace the Starter?

Note:
I live in valley area of Los Angeles, southern California and we have been experiencing really cold weather last couple of weeks, i'm not sure this is something to do with this problem.

Thanks in advance.

-Senthil

Response From MarineGrunt Top Rated Answer

Sounds like it's time for a new starter. That should take care of it.