Question about Lexus GS 300
If your not getting any power at all it sounds like it's either a severely corroded or broken battery cable (+ or - side), or a faulty battery.
Your car may also be equipped with a main fuse that could have blown as well. Check under the hood for a fuse box located close to the positive battery cable.
Also, check all the connections to your cables. Check both cables from the battery terminals to where they connect. The negative cable should go to a bolt either on your cars frame, or the engine block. Your positive cable should go to either directly to a bolt on the starter solenoid, or to the main fuse box as I described then to the starter solenoid. Check all these connections.Also if you have a manual transmission, then simply the car's engine dies because you release the clutch too quicly. If your car is automatic than you might have engine or transmission problems.
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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