I have 1993 Corolla and I put the key in ignition got to turn over I get no fuel pump no dash or headlights and no crank I replaced the engine main relay and have checked all grounds


Asked by Feb 21, 2015 at 06:53 PM about the 1993 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Need some advice

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You didn't mention battery? A dead/weak battery, or even a good one with corroded cable terminals will do that. How old is battery? And if you let me know whether it has the 1.6L- 4A Fe or the 1.8L- 7A FE I can make some suggestions

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Battery is less than one year terminals are clean and it's the 1.8 7A FEI


The hazards work and the door open light on dash works along with the horn and door open chime




I know this is a real PITA but you might have to start pulling fuses, one by one, and look at each, in both cabin and underhood box. The relays in the underhood J/B can be swapped with each other too, to see if one works and another not. But don't leave them swapped, they need to go back where they were. This is just to test. Make sure the battery ground is clean and tight where it bolts on engine block too.


Thanks everyone for replys actually this morning I went thre all the cars grounds and hots and sanded down to metal on all components like block to body starter and alternator as well as battery ground and battery terminals and cranked first try

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