Left the headlight switch on in 1991 Toyota pick-up. Guess I killed the battery cause truck won't start this AM. Does it just need a jump?

Asked by Aug 30, 2017 at 08:04 AM about the 1991 Toyota Pickup

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YES. Be sure to run the engine long enough to build charge up.

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After you get it started, I would go to auto zone and have the car charging system load tested and the battery as well, they will do it for free. !

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YES. And if just short drives i would take battery to Autozone and have it charged up. They won't charge you anything

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if a 1991 must be ready for recycling....certainly you are on your 2nd battery...if somehow got reversed jumped by mistake, there is a "fuse link" kinda looks like a fuse would prevent the car from running...might look on that if the battery is new and just ain't startin' the truck`

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