Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
Posted by Anonymous on
Is the clicking noise when you try to start the car? This could be the starter clicking but the battery do not have any power to turn over engine. buy a new battery from Costco.
Disconnect the batter terminals and clean them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Same 1991 w/starting problem
open the door and listen for a click from under the car (starter solenoid). If you hear that click, along with the one coming from
the glove compsartment(starter relay), it's the wire between the starter solenoid and the relay...If you only hear the one click from the glove compartment( it's actually in the passengers door pillar), it's the starter relay ($15)
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: toyota lucida won't start
What you have is a VERY common problem. Your starter solenoid contacts are worn out. To rectify this, you have 2 options: Remove the starter and replace the burnt contacts (the are located under a metal plate that has 3 small bolts holding it to the starter; replace the plunger and the 2 copper coloured contacts) OR reeplace the starter. The clicking noise that you hear is the plunger hitting one contact, but the current from the battery is not passing thru the plunger to the other contact that leads into the windings of the starter. No contact = no crank.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
There is an electrical problem. Get someone to scan the vehicle.
You might have to replace the alternator and the battery.
rate this please
Posted on May 29, 2009
I had the same problem with my 2009 RAV4 lower glove box. I removed the box by popping the top front right post and then the top left front post from theside housings by prying them free with my fingers. They pop out easily. I then let the box fall open and while holding it level to the floor, pulled forward, released the piston from the post on the right, and the glove compartment came out without tools. There was a plastic electrical box cover, which came loose behind the glove box, blocking it from closing. I snapped the cover plate back in place and then reversed the glove box removal process. It took a few minutes and I needed no tools.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
I've seen this before. Mice. if small enough enter from the outside into the air intake and get into the fan and motor. The least fix is to remove the fan and motor assy. the worst is you will have to have a qualified technician remove the whole dash assembly.
Posted on May 04, 2012
Testimonial: "We did as you suggested with the a/c fan, and it was as clean as the day we bought it! Kept following our noses and found an additional nest with dead mouse under the console between the front seats at the floor. We unbolted the console from inside and used the shop vac to get it out."
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