Question about 2006 Toyota Sienna
It won't start.when I turn the key I heard the clicking sound. I used the charger to start the vehicle. The battery is new. help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've had similar problems with my cars, and everytime it was a bad ground or power wire, or corrosion on the terminals. Get a wire brush and clean both battery connecters..even a little corrosion can cause a no power situation. If you have a test light, connect the ground of the test light to the negative cable of the battery and touch light to the positive cable...if the test light doesn't light up, then you have a break or lose connection in your ground wire. Trace the battery ground to the engine block and clean that also...the smallest thing can interupt power...hope this helps..
Posted on May 22, 2009
I am working on my mother-in-law's 2002 4Runner right now. The problem is a common one for Toyota starters and is likely due to worn contacts in the starter itself. When you engage the starter by turning the key, the worn contacts are preventing enough current from getting to the starter bendix (this is the rod that engages the flywheel and makes the engine turn over. you can hear the starter spinning, but the gear on the starter bendix is not engaged with the flywheel. If you can remove the starter, it is likely you can buy new contacts from Toyota, or your local parts store. Or you can buy a new/refurbished starter from your parts store for less than $200 and you will get money back for giving them your old starter. The tricky part is getting the starter out, which is what I am working on right now.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Check the battery cables especially the ones off the starter for corrosion and looseness. If everything is clean and tight then remove all B+ wires from starter ( remember to disconnect the battery first) then run a jumper wire from Battery to starter and see if she runs. If no replace the starter. If it does then its something in the starter control circuit. ignition switch, neutral safety switch, relay or wiring.
Based on your write up it sounds like the starter itself.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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