Question about Toyota Tacoma
If you are confirmed that battery is charged and battery is connected properly.Then the other possibility for this problem is faulty starter.the started gets power from battery,But if your battery is connected properly and battery is properly charged then it is giving power to starter,but because starter is faulty,so its not letting the car to start and just a click sound you can hear.But still i advise to get the battery checked and confirm its connection.if all checked ok then you can go with starter checking.Its a 12 volt part.Check for 12 volt to the starter. This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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