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QUICK RUNNING SITTING AT LIGHT IDLEING AND ENGINE JUST WENT DEAD.WIIL NOT START AT ALL.BATTERY IS GOOD.CHECK ALL RELAYS AND FUSES,COULD'NT EVEN JUMP START IT.COULD IT BE A FUSIBLE LINK BURNT SOMEWHERE?

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  • stephencu120 Mar 11, 2009

    NO ENGINE LIGHT. THINKING IGNITION SWITCH

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Can't be too quick if it won't start! Unclear as to if engine is cranking or if starter will not turn engine.

  • Toyota Guy
    Toyota Guy May 11, 2010

    Does it turn over?



  • Henry KAo May 11, 2010

    Yes there any check engine light?

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Check block ground at end of battery cable. Make sure it's clean on the contact surfaces. do same with body ground. Check voltage at the starter. Should be 12v at large cable, 12v at small cable with key turned to start. sorry for the comment before but it was too hard to let it pass! Check back and tell me what you find after testing!

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