94 Toyota pickup

Asked by Feb 15, 2016 at 03:38 PM about the Toyota Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I put my key in the ignition an mash
the clutch in the gauge lights come on it
Buzz's as normal but when I turn it over the
rest of the way to crank it nothing no turn
over or anything just no power no sound  or
anything its a 94 Toyota pickup 22re thanks
hope someone has had this problem before
an got it resolved  thanks

4 Answers


think the the starter solenoid has croaked...these are kinda cheap~ it's on the starter...so you can work with that starter, test it, test the solenoid...if defective replace it...if it tests okay, check the power to the solenoid....check your fuses~ Will find an electrical schematic if it's okay~ and works outside the truck on the workbench~


the 22RE is the Sherman tank of engines~ it's American made and the two door pickup is a thing of the past...feels unique to drive this truck...sadly the plastic parts need to be replaced to make it new-ish~ this truck has gone into battle with me (so to speak) and never dies...except the prior owner drove 100,000 miles without changing the oil~ so put a new timing chain, headgasket and it's like a brand new truck....do not care that it has NO airbags...bust a tooth and get your nose punched in...sign me up....not!~


93 22RE. Needed a battery. Son started to install backwards. Positive cable started to smoke a little before I noticed it. It did not burn. Now the starter will not turn over, no interior accessory power (radio, turn signals, dome light, etc..) the headlights still work and the door buzzer. It will push start and run fine. Any suggestions

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yes....well there is something called a fuse-link...under the hood on what looks like a fusebox~....also the diode pack may have taken a hit on this...and will no longer charge properly....in this case...simply test the output to find out if you are going to swap this one out for a new one~ would start with the fuse link first~

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