Question about 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser
This could be one of several problems, A dead battery (which you can have checked
for free at many parts stores), a bad alternator (which can also be checked there).
or a "vampire" drain. Which is a small short which causes the battery to drain.
You can check for a vampire drain by hooking an ammeter (amp meter) in SERIES
with the engine with the ignition off to see if there is current flowing. This means
that the + battery terminal must be disconnected and the meter installed
between it and the cable to measure current flow. do not start the car as it will
blow most meters. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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