Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Computer box got wet, car can't start
Remove the box (ECU), and thoroughly clean it, dry it and retry. Remember to clean its connector pins and plugs. Don't use WD-40, but an electrical cleaning spray like switch cleaner.
Check engine main fuses and all minor fuses.
Repair water leak. Was the leak from the interior heater matrix? If so, then you will need to repair the water leak before replacing any electrical components or ECU.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to the autoparts store and they will pull the check engine light code then send me a message and i will look the code up explain it and tell you how to fix it. good luck and the autoparts store will do that for free, take care and let us know
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Posted on Sep 19, 2008
I unplugged the wire, replaced the fuse and started the car. Then, I turned on the ac button and the fuse blew. Do I need to replace the whole compressor with ac clutch or just the ac clutch? Thanks so much.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
Yes could be the blower relay or loose ground in the blower circuit.
Try your local library they may have a manual with the cicuit diagram.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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