Question about 1996 Toyota 4Runner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it a Toyota remote start, or an aftermarket remote start? If it is a Toyota remote start, make sure the hood and doors are all closed. press lock twice, then press lock a 3rd time and hold it for 3 or 4 seconds. It then should beep once, and a few seconds later start up. OR the lights will flass once, twice, or etc. Usually this means there's something wrong and the number of flashes is a diagnostic code of sorts. If this is the case, take it in to your dealer for further assistance. This part should be covered under the 3/36000 warranty.
If it is an aftermarket system, it will probably be a similar situation. It may be a misadjusted hood pinswitch, or even some blatent mistake the installer made installing it.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Turn on the headlights to check the battery and it's connections. If the lights fade out, the battery has likely lost charge, either because of a bad battery, or the alternator has failed. Charge the battery with an external charger overnight if the charger has a low charge rating, then start the engine and measure the battery voltage. The voltage should read 13.5 to 14.5 volts DC if the alternator is working, but 12.6 volts or less if it is not working. The battery should run the truck for a while until you can get the alternator and battery checked. Don't run any accessories until the system is repaired as needed.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1998 Toyota
Please make no guesses, just run a complete scan on the car, because if u want to keep taking off parts n replacing them u might end up spending more than you should. From what u said it could be an ignition problem, fuel related, crank sensor, cam sensor,.... Please run a complete scan on the car.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
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