Having problems with your 1989 Toyota Cressida ?

1989 CRESSIDA..alternator died...battery slowly went dead and car will not start..trys to start but will not ignite. Tried to deal with situation by charging battery, replacing alternator but car will not run.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 11-11-2019

Answers :

Take your battery to the Auto Parts Start and have them test it. Many times running your car battery with a bad alternator can not only burn up your battery, it can also burn up your regulator. Not familiar with this year of cressida, is the regulator a separate unit on either the firewall or mounted on the fender-well? Is was about this time when most Toyo's had their Regulators built into the Alternators. Was your alternator a new alternator, or a rebuilt one? Was the regulator also rebuilt?
\015\012You can kill your battery by driving around with no alternator recharging it. You drain it DEAD and it will no longer accept a charge, and you need it to take a charge so can start the engine the next time you want to go to Wal-Mart.
Check that you wired it back in correctly
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