Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Its the grounding of your wires. You will have to take a loose the dash and check the wires and make sure any ground wires are touching and or securely grounded to the frame or its respective spot. In doing so you should cut the wire and resplice it bcaz old wires can break over time. So you might need some tools like a screwdriver i prefer a drill with an extra long connection that can interchange bits. This is so you can fit into small areas. Then also purchase some spliters and or screws or bolts that you will use to reconnect the wire to then drill / screw the new bolt or screw into the frame of the vehicle. This is how you will ground your wires and dont forget to UNPLUG THE BATTERY BEFORE you start the work. This will help in keeping you from popping any fuses. If this helped you please give me the respect that i have answered your question
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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