Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
When you pluged the connections in reverse,did you here a pop?if you did ,look for a blown fuseable link in the wiring under the hood! Check all the fuses in the interior of the car under the dash ,under kick panels,where ever there is a fuse block. check for power to the fuses on one side to see if supply circuits are ok.you may have more blown fuseable links or burnt wiring.with ignition sw on. you may also have bad regulator and rectifiers in the alternator.Check all pigtails off the positive battery cable for blown fuse links.or any wiring coming from starter relay,solenoid. .
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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