Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Could it be a fuse or fuses?
Checking your fuses should be the first thing. If that doesn't help, grab a voltage reader and start checking all wires until you find one or more that show no voltage. Then check these wires to see if an animal has been chewing on them. Be sure to check for any breaks or over heated spots. Sometimes wires can come in contact with hot metal. You might have to change out a few connections. I drive a Dodge Caliber and my entire dash board went out and the lights wouldn't work. Since I had less than 30,000 miles on the car, I took it back to the deal several times. Took months and changing out wiring and rechecking the computer but they finally found the problem. Might want to see if someone can check the computer too. Had a Buick once that kept shutting off. They changed out just about everything on the computer before finding it. Good luck and hope you find your problem soon.
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