Question about 1999 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner
New battery and starter but won't start even when jumped
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: starting problem
This may sound like a problem with a fuel pump. To test if it is with the security system, with a battery in parallel or a working battery, you should be able to disable the alarm via the key or have it manually disabled, then see if it will start
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
SOURCE: replace starter
Disconnect the battery, then crawl under the truck and locate the starter, remove the plug going to the solenoid (small brown lead w plastic clip) . then the power wire that goes from the battery to the main starter terminal (12 mm nut) locate the 2 starter bolts 14 mm and unbolt the starter and remove. install in reverse order. ON the 4 wheel drives you may need to remove the skid plates over the bottom of the engine to access the starter.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010
SOURCE: I replaced the starter of
For purposes of this response, I will assume that the intermittent start issue is what originally prompted the replacement of the starter. Lubricate your ignition switch with spray lubricant. If that does not solve the problem, check for continuity at the ignition switch connector under the dash panel. If continuity does not test ok at the connector, replace the ignition switch. If continuity of the ignition switch tests ok, replace the ignition relay, and that should solve the issue.
In the case where the intermittent start issue was not present prior to the starter's replacement, before checking all of the items previously enumerated, make certain that the connections to the starter solenoid are clean and properly tightened. Again, IF the problem of intermittent starting did not exist previously, it could be either a faulty connection at the starter or a defective starter solenoid.
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
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