Question about 1991 Toyota Pickup
First of all, check to make sure the battery terminals are not corroded out (Even if they aren't, for insurance, take a piece of sandpaper to terminals and connectors). Then, go along all the cables to make sure that they are not fried and burnt. Finally, pop open the fusebox, and check all the fuses to make sure none are blown. I bet your problem is in the battery, however, assuming that brake/backup/back lights are still on. A weak connection will allow precious little to run, but some may.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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