99 Toyota corolla wont start but clicks?
Check your alternator and if that isn't it (but sounds like it) take a look at your starter.
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Why wont my 1999 Toyota corolla not start It has a clicking sound when trying to start and the air conditioner will come on and the lights but it wont start and its very hot outside today?
Check and clean the battery terminals. Although the meter inside your car may read full voltage this does not mean that the starter is getting the full amperage it needs to tu…rn the car over. Clean the terminals, ensuring no corrosion is left, then ensure a good solid contact is made between the terminals and your battery posts. al so id check that ur statrer is engaging it did it on my land cruiser it would click but not start it was cause my startor wouldn't engage
You might need to replace your fuel pump because from what it sounds like the fuel is not getting to where it needs to, it's an easy fix for a do-it-yourselfer, most Toyota is… at that year are usually located under the rear seat,when you find it be careful in removing and installing the new pump as the float is mounted with the pump
Answer . \nSounds like either a weak battery (bad cable corroded) or starter solenoid needs to be replaced
The pnp switch is short for Park/Neutral Switch. Its pretty much the middle man between the ignition switch and the starter. It only allows the current from the ignition switc…h to reach the starter if the vehicle is in park or neutral. Its usually connected to the shifter.. Allow me to correct myself on the first answer. If the shifter is on the column it will be located in the column region. If shifters on the floor its under the vehicle and connected to the shifter.
chances are to start with the fuel filter if that's not it try the fuel pump
The number one reason for cars not starting, no matter what theyear, make, or model, is a dead battery. Cars will also not startif they are out of gas. If the starter has gone… out, the car won'tstart, but most times the starter wears out gradually rather thanall of a sudden.
My 94 Toyota corolla ex clicks once when i turn the key and engine wont turn. the 2nd or 3rd time i turn the key it does start but even then it clicks and then starts?
The starter solenoid/relay switch is going bad. Eventually, it will just click and not start.
More than likely you have corrosion at the terminals. Clean the battery terminals and then recharge the battery and see what happens.
To start with, how do you know you have a full battery? If your battery has a one or two bad cells in it, it will give the apperance that it is fully charged but actually is n…ot.. If you know for a fact the battery is good, you may want to check all your wires going to your battery. Look for corrosion, broken or loose wires or even a loose clamp on one of your posts.. Lastly and probably most extreme case, your starter might be going out. If you can reach it, knock on it a few times with a hammer, or something else in that nature BUT BE SURE NOT TO HIT ANY WIRES OR LINES!
Clicking can mean a loose connection between battery and starter. Follow wire to starter and clean/tighten connector at starter.
dead battery or bad starter (with the clicking, I'm 95% sure its the battery)
\nCheck your battery connections. If they're tight and no corrosion is present, then your battery may be dead. Recharge or jump start the battery. Still clicking? Replace …the starter.
probably a flat battery, but could be the starter motor has died.try jump starting it.
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First, remove the fuse box cover under the hood on rt fender and have someone turn the key over to listen for a clicking sound. If this sound is heard, the starter relay is wo…rking. Next, use a multimeter and turn it to 20 VOLTS and touch the positive and negative terminals with the approprate leads and if the battery reads 12 or slightly higher, the battery is okay. The other option is to revove the battery and take it to AutoZone and let them check it. If that proves to be okay, it is very likely the starter.. Replacing the starter is easy and can be seen from the top-side of the engine. Remove negative battery terminal, after the breather assembly has been completey removed the starter is accessible. To remove breather holder, there are two bolts in the bottom that will allow you to remove the entire assembly.. There are two bolts on each side of the starter, unplug its wires and just remember how you took them off. There are just a couple of wires. Take your time and pay attention to what you are doing and you will be fine.
To give a generic answer, it kinda depends on what type of click. If it is a rapid click-click-click-click... it is probably a dead (or near dead) battery. If it is just one… solid "click", it is probably your starter. The single click is the sound of the selinoid clicking in to try to engage the starter. If the starter is faulty, it won't engage and turn your engine over to start.
I have a 99 toyota corolla VE and today August 15, 2012 this evening i have managed to disable the DRL on mine. There are 2 ways that i know to disable drl. one of them is to …cut a wire from the glove box and the other way is to ajust a switch underneath the http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_disable_drl_on_a_1999_Toyota_corolla# break. Once the safety break is released the drl is activated. So i decided to unscrew the switch underneath the safety break and screw it back upside down. It only took 3 screws to disable the drl. Take off the two screws that are holding the safety break cover, then take off the cover then locate the switch underneath the safety break then unscrew it and screw it back on backwards. The reason to screw it backwards is because it is a button switch and once the safety break is released the button is pressed to activate the drl. That switch is linked to the break light on the dashboard so keep note once this is done the break light on the dashboard will stay on as long as you have the switch screwed upside down. If the the switch is not screwed back on it will not work i guess because it's grounded not sure why though. The switch is hold on to a clip you can remove it by pressing the side clips to adjust it. And by doing this you could control your headlights manually!