Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
Battery voltage tests fine but the corolla will not start, results only in a loud clicking , cleaned terminals, cleaned and tested ground cable.
Did you load test battery.How old is battery.When you try to start vehicle get someone to hold earth lead if it hot bad earth mate.Batterys last around 4 years.As other tech advised if all this ok you may be up for starter motor.Im assuming you have oil in engine and havnt seized engine .As most on here dont give much info and there are a lot who like to guess and replace stuff because someone said he had same problem.Im a real mechanic with plenty experience diagnosing for my customers over the years.And other green mechanics
Posted on Dec 01, 2019
Voltage doesn't start cars ..Amperage does. Try to jump start and if it still clicks then your starter is suspect.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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