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No Power 94' Toyota Pick up 4x4 4cyl.

One day just wouldn't turn on. I had left my lights on tried to jump it No go. Got the battery tested and found out it had a hole! so replaced the battery and still its a no go. I'm thinking it may be a blown fuse but i'm not sure. I replaced my starter relay fuse and still nothing. Any Ideas? and yes I Have gas in the truck.

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    COuld you please restate exactly what the problem is? I an assuming that it won't start/won't turn over...either of these? Please advise.



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Its fixed. I just needed a new Ignition Relay and new alternator relay. Thats all a whole 4 bucks and i'm back up and running

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