Question about 1997 Toyota Avalon
Check your fuses first. See if any are blown. If not, commence to checking the state of the wiring job you did to install them. Chances are something came undone and either:
A) Isn't connected anymore..
B) Is grounding itself out, causing a short.
If option B, chances are it also blew a fuse. So if a fuse is blown, still check the wiring. lol
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's a link to electrical & fuses as well as wiring diagrams, you'll just need to search around site. Click on pictures to expand.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
First, clean the battery terminal and make sure the cable are tight!
If its not helping, then change alternator, which is very simple in a 2.2L
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
There is a major short somewhere,the hum you hear in the speaker
is the frequency of the DC electricity flowing through the speaker coils,do all four speakers hum or just one?Do you have a stock or aftermarket stereo?
Posted on May 15, 2009
See toyota technical service bulliten AC005-99.
This is a expensive repair but if you just unplug the the air inlet servo motor(behind the glove box )
the air should start to work but without fresh/recirc control.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
On most of the 2002 Avalon it has two memory selections on driver's side. The transmission shifter is located on the console. The seat memory selectors are on the left end of the driver's seat. Memory seat switch has an issue make sense if no beep, the memory switch is wired directly to the seat ECU, if the seat works normally but no memory function then a switch is the most likely issue here,Do all of your seat position switches, including lumbar work? If they do, then your fuse is fine. If that's the case then disconnect the memory switch connector, remove and check the memory set switch on the seat.There are 4 terminals on the switch. They are left to right terminal 4,3,2,1.You have to check Continuity between terminal 1-2, then 2-3, then 2-4. If any fail then replace the switch. ----The plastic seat shield is held on by a screw under the front, a screw on the back and the power seat knobs snap off. The memory switch has 2 screws.The shield under the front of the seat has 2 screws. ---------- Also click this link for more details:---About switch connections. http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/02/seat-memory-switch-wirings-and.html --------- Keep updated.Thanks.This should help.Helpmech.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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