Question about 1998 Toyota Caldina E
Have the battery tested under load at a battery shop. Is there any noise, like a ticking sound, this indicates the battery doesn't have enough power to crank the engine.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
DIFINITELY ITS THE BATTERY , U SAID U USED THE BATTERY FOR 2 YEARS . COMMONLY THE BATTERY ( EITHER DRY OR WET CELL ) THE LIFESPAN RANGE FROM 1 TO 2 YEARS, TRY TO DISCONNECT UR BATTERY AND MAKE A SERIES CONNECTION FROM OTHER BATTERY
Posted on Apr 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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make sure the ground wire is conected and tight this could be the problem check all wires that bolt to frame and body for tightness, also check ones on the engine
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
Hi, Contact your dealer and get instructions for reprogramming your remotes. When a security system loses power for an extended amount of time the programming for the remotes are lost.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
My ex girlfriend had a factory installed honda remote strt on her vehicle. It was activated by hitting the lock button two times in succession. Some vehicles use a combination of the lock-unlock buttons. try using some combinations on the remote, many "oem" remote starts are installed by aftermarket installers so who knows what they did as a start function, it could also have been changed by the previous owner.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
you could have a bad cylanod in your starter that's what is sounds like or you might need a new starter sence you have looked and tested everything else that's the only other peice of resenable equitment left and if thats not it you could try the O2 sencer in the car if that's bad or going out it will make a car act that way. if that's not it then your problem, lys in the corb. but i would try the cylanoid in the starter first and work your way up from there
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Better try getting a boost first. The starter takes far more power than all your lights and fans put together. After that you can determine what caused it to go dead.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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can be the issue with weak battery or faulty battery or if battery is ok,then
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