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I HAVE A 1997 TOYOTA AVALON. THE BATTERY WENT

I HAVE A 1997 TOYOTA AVALON. THE BATTERY WENT DEAD AND THE RADIO WON'T WORK. HOW DO I GET THE CODE???

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Write down your vin number and call the dealer service department, they can call the manufacturer and call you back with the code. Good luck.

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Hey I went to start my 97 toyota avalon today and it wouldn't even turn over none of the lights would come on or anything..... What's wrong with my car lol


First try jumping the vehicle. If it won't jump you you need to check the main buss fuse in the power distribution box (Should be a 40 amp). If that is good check for a grounded positive going to the starter where metal contact with the wire may have worn a hole in the insulation. If both are good and the inline fuse from the positive is not blown pull the alternator and have it and the Voltage regulator checked at Auto Zone, Advance auto or Pep Boys. One if these is going to be the problem.

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Toyota Avalon 2000 battery went dead, put slow charge on, now the temp/fuel gauge and panel lights don't work. Fuses look good. Where is the problem?


Try a new battery. If current battery is more than 5 years old ,and after you charge it she doen't pass a load test ...its time to go.

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97 toyota avalon was running went dead while driving ,now wont start lights go dim,abs light and traction lights come on when jump started


Sound like you have a bad alternator, poss bad battery too.If you can jump start it with a volt meter check voltage at battery should have above 13.5 volts, do this after you unhook jumper cables and engine running.If bad voltage reading replace alternator make sure you charge battery before starting engine with new alternator or it could damage alternator.If good voltage have battery check.Hope this helped.

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Had to replace battery, and now the radio does not


You need to call the dealership and get the radio code and reset procedures

Aug 11, 2009 | 1997 Toyota Avalon

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96 Toyota Avalon, 185000 miles, battery went dead car sat for 1 year, now the radio will not come on, has a red key luminated, cruse light flashes and will not work, and the keyless entry will not work. Is...


The radio may have a theft lock activated....unlocking it may be a pain. As for the keyless entry (assuming it's factory), make sure you start with a new battery in the remote(s) and try the steps on this page:
http://www.automotivehelper.com/topic146039.htm

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1997 Avalon radio theft problem


Some dealers put the radio's antitheft code in the owners manual. If it's not there call your local dealer and they can reset the code for a fee.

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Johnny5486:

Emissionwiz is correct, but, his information is for older Model Camrys.

The 2003 "factory-installed" radios in the Camry product line does not have an anti-theft feature, and, because of having no anti-theft feature, there is no reactivation code. If you have a dead battery, the only thing you will lose regarding the radio functions would be the radio stations that you programmed into the memory. The radio will function properly after a dead battery is replaced with no issues.

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