Had timing belt changed on Sequoia 2006, plugs and water pump,,, Now nothing turn the key on and everything is dead

Asked by Feb 14, 2014 at 07:45 PM about the 2006 Toyota Sequoia Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Had timing belt changed on Sequoia 2006, plugs and water pump,,, Now  nothing turn the
key on nothing happens

8 Answers

118,765

Check your battery voltage and connections. If doors were left open any at all the battery could be dead.

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Mark thank you, the battery was checked and does have a full charge.

118,765

If you model has large fuses in fuse box under the hood or in the positive battery cable I would check them.

Your the best,,, but check that also, cables are good

118,765

Ok from what I have found your model car has to go thru a relearn procedure when battery has been disconnected for any length of time. Was your battery disconnected for a while? If so might try this. Unhook battery for at least ten minutes. Then rehook it back up. Turn the key to the on position(not start position). Let it sit a minute or two now turn key to the start position. I am not positive about this procedure but found it on a toyota site. Might want to check your owners manual for the proper procedure.

118,765

Also have you checked the negative battery connection on the frame and motor?

118,765

Oh and this may sound weird but adjust your tilt steering wheel to its lowest sitting and lock it in place. Now try to start. Fought a no crank no start issue the other day for most of the day on my wife's car. Noticed the tilt steering wheel was in the up position and un locked. Lowered and lock it in place and the damn thing started right up. Probably not your issue but just a thought.

Ill check that, you never know

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