Question about 2003 Toyota Highlander
REPLACED BATTERY 1 WEEK AGO, CAR WONT START AGAIN.
Jump start and check voltage across battery terminals. Should read between 13.8v to 14.5v. You could check battery voltage first and if its below 12v then either the battery is dud or alternator not charging. could be just brushes or regulator . Either way alternator will need to be removed and repaired
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi car would not start,
I suggest taking the battery out and have it tested first. the heat can kill the charge on a battery even though it is only a few tears old. if the battery test good then have the alternator checked.the alternator on your car is on the right side of the car near the rear of the engine compartment.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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