I have a rx330 2006 .It wont crank makes no noise and theres no sign of corrosion on my battery.

Asked by Dec 29, 2013 at 12:12 AM about the 2006 Lexus RX 330 FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I havent driven it in two months .

2 Answers

...well it isn't the battery...it's the end of the black cable that connects to the chassis/ground...unbolt that lug...wirebrush that lug (by holdin' it with a pliers) and the main automobile's ground with a wirebrush and put them together...make sure that the battery is younger than five at which point these tin/antimony alloy batteries will stop taking a charge ten percent per year~

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I have a 2006 RX 330 as well, this has been the most frustrating experience. I have gotten the battery replaced twice within the last year. I'm still having issues as of this morning. I got mine jumped this morning, 20 mins later the car is shaking and then cut off and won't start again. No lights coming on unless I have it hooked up to the battery pack to jump my car. I read some other comments it could be a crank sensor or alternator. I have been to the dealership 3 times for them to tell me nothing they can see is draining my battery. Well something is I guess I will have to get it towed again today. Ugh

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