Question about 2005 Scion tC
So about three weeks ago I had to replace my alternator and my battery in my tc, this is my second time and three years. After the replacement everything was running fine, it was a little jerky but I figured that was because I need to replace two of the tires. Last night I was driving home from work and all the lights came on (check engine, maint requied, abs, brake, battery, cruise control etc...) my sound died in my car earlier but I figured that my cd was scratched so I just turned off my system and thought nothing else of it. When I got to a red light my clock started going out, as well as my headlights. I knew something wasn't right at all and I was a little frustrated since I just replaced that alternator. Well the car basically went into limp and allowed me to get through the light into a nearby parking lot. I called my fiance and he brought one of our "car friends" to come check it out. We threw the car into neutral and pushed it into a parking space, having to use the e-brake to make it stop. We had the car towed to my home that night. Now I'm stuck trying to figure out what happened. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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