2002 Toyota Corolla

Asked by Jun 11, 2016 at 04:54 PM about the 2002 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I try to start my 2002 Toyota Corolla I just
hear clicking. I don't think it's the battery
because the radio and lights are working. It is
parked and a shopping mall plaza. Is there a
place that I can tap that will get it to start one
more time so I can bring it home?

3 Answers

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Clicking sound of a bad battery, If its 5 years old ITS done, you can try cleaning and tightening the battery terminals..IF it starts drive directly to an auto parts store have the battery load tested, if its bad they will install the one you buy for no fee in some states but NOT in California. Regards

Thanks for responding.

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If you are sure about your battery then it my be the starter

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