Asked by Apr 20, 2016 at 10:12 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2005 toyota CE want start last time.  
When i was rideing it on the high way it just
shut down the temperature light was red.
But i ✔ the motor its good ✔ the fuses
under the hood thsy good and i ✔ the fuses
in the car but how do i no if the Relay bad
fried girl told me too check the starter relay
bought a gas pump i thoght thst was the
problem but i wasn't help me out

3 Answers

Need help


1. First step in diagnostics is to scan for codes. If you drove it until the vehicle stopped because it overheated this is usually a costly error. So your saying the Toyota will NOT crank or turn the engine when you turn the key?


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