Question about 2000 Toyota Avalon
Have you checked your battery post for corrosion build up?
give them a good cleaning, then give your wire leads that connect to the battery a good cleaning as well, wire brush, sandpaper, whatever you got to make them super clean so they can conduct that 12 volt current.
you might also want to follow those wires/cables/leads (whatever u wanna call them) ..and clean the other ends..or make sure they are not corroded..the ground wire especially.
clean them up real good..it costs you nothing, and may solve your problem.
hope this helps
let me know
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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