Question about 1999 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner
Have you checked the connections with a meter ? Its possible a battery cable has corroded inside and is not making connection even tho it looks ok from the outside. Could be a ground connection too.
A volt meter would tell you how far the power is getting from the battery before it stops.
Posted on Jul 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look to see if you have power at pin 1 of the circuit opening relay. The C.O. Relay is what powers the fuel pump. If you have power there (a blue wire), you have an open circuit between the relay and the pump.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
To find out if the alternator works or not. First, start your car let it run then disconnect the battery(both cable).If your car still running your alternator good, your car die out alternator bad.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
its probly due to being stood bump start the truck this shud release the pressure plate on the clutch then it will release bump it in 4th gear if manual if auto then start it up it shud release then hope this helps
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
If your battery 'went dead' your probably have had a battery problem for awhile. Put in a new battery AND make sure the alternator is putting out 14-15volts. You can do this yourself. Buy or borrow a voltmeter-or DVOM-connect the black to the neg, and the red to the pos. while its running and make sure you have the 14-15 volts. Anything under this voltage is probably and indication that your alternator is needed also.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Assuming the motor is not frozen, you are probably not getting 12 V *at the starter motor* while cranking.
Also, try charging the battery; a dead battery may draw so much power from the jump that there still is not enough left for the starter - specially if you are using marshmallow $5.00 jumper cables.
Check it out and correct the problem (Bad ground?).
If this is a manual transmission, you can check tha the motor is not frozen by putting it in 3rd gera and rocking it to see if the motor turns. Remember to put it back in neutral befor you play some more with the starter motor
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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