Question about 2004 Toyota RAV4
The fact that your battery is drained makes me think you may have a short somewhere (where could be anyone's guess) This would put a constant drain on the battery. Have you checked your Voltage regulator or fuse? It's possible if the voltage regulator went bad that it could have blown a fuse causing your vehicle to shut off. -I had a lead wire come loose from the battery in a Van I owned. -while driving. The whole car went dead. -On the side of the road scratching my head looking at the engine. Ended up noticing some frayed wire... Got my wire strippers, trimmed it, re-attached and POOF! On my way again like new in 15 minutes. Have you installed any accessories recently that could have accidentally caused this?
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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