No power after I replaced the battery on my 2000 Toyota Corolla
I recently replaced the battery on my 2000 Toyota Corolla. The installation was good, but to my surprise, there was no power at all. By the way, there was power before I replaced the battery, but the car would not start. Can you help?
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most probably the mass air flow if you have not recently had a timing belt done. If you have recently had a belt done seems that the cam is a tooth off, if the belt was never done verify that the belt has not jumped a tooth.
The best solution I can give you if you are unfamiliar with this is to take your car to a Advance Auto or Parts America since if you buy the bulb from a retail location they will install it free of charge.
This also applies to:
Batteries Wiper Blades Head Lights Air Filters and a few other quick jobs. Simply ask a sales tech what all they offer for free and I am sure you will be pleasantly surprised it is free ;).