Question about 2002 Toyota Sequoia
The battery was drained and we had to have it charged when we put it back it seems the kill switch was activated and now we can't disable it to get the truck to turn on.
We have tried the norm of opening the key and pressing the switch and it does not work I am wondering if there are any other things I should try
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Toyota Sequioa
Ok, since this is multi part, I'll try to do each at a time.
Window up and down. Could be motor, could be switch. I would check the motor first. You can do this by applying a voltage source directly to the window motor to see if it works both ways. Once you determine that, you can test the switch.
Sounds like the latch has finally failed. Replace the latch assembly. The WD40 was a temp fix, and it has finally reached failure point.
Turn signals flashing fast is usually a sign of a bad bulb (either front or rear) They run on a resistance balance. If one bulb in the circuit goes bad (F or R) they go "out of balance" replace the bulbs.
It also could be that the flasher unit has gone bad. All of these parts are minimal cost, so replacement is not that bad of an undertaking.
But none of them are really related to the brake job.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
disconnect the alarm system from under the dash.battery to starter direct will turn the engine over fine but ignition system still runs through your alarm system.It's also a theft prevent system so your car will not be stolen.The alarm went bad preventing your car from starting.That means putting the ignition wiring back to factory.
Posted on May 25, 2009
I have had this problem. There could be a few reasons. ONE. The key itself is worn out...might be time for a replacement. Its amazing how fast that actually happens... TWO my brother who also has the same 95 camry as i do [in another color] had too much weight on his key chain [with all his other keys and twrinkets] for so long that it caused the ignition switch inside to pull down and not line up correctly inside. Which caused the key to only turn partway in the ignition and stop before the car could actually turn on. [He had to replace that part] I hope this has helped.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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