ELECTRICAL PROBLEM2001 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 6 CYL ...

2001 Toyota Highlander

Tiny

Jheidt

September, 28, 2009 AT 11:08 AM

Electrical problem
2001 Toyota Highlander 6 cyl All Wheel Drive Automatic 65,000 miles

saame question as was asked about a 2004 highlander: car was running well until we took it out in a driving rainstorm. Ran fine until we came home and parked it. Now it won't start. Lights, windshield, etc. Work fine. When I turn the key to start it I just get a rapid clicking sound - the engine does not turn over or even sound like it is trying to turn over.

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Tiny

mathiaso

September, 28, 2009 AT 5:14 PM

Turn the headlights on/ turn the key in start.
How is the headlights?
A: do not dim.
B: do dim.

Get back to me.

Tiny

Jheidt

September, 29, 2009 AT 8:00 AM

Will get back to you on Monday (car is at summer house). Is there a second step I should take if the lights dim (or don't for that matter) - so we can avoid needing to wait another week? For what its worth, when I turned on the windshield wipers they moved, but quite slowly.

Tiny

mathiaso

September, 29, 2009 AT 5:14 PM

The battery may be the problem, if the battery is ok, check the cables for green cheeze at the battery post, starter and solenoid. Any green cheeze ad more resistance.

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