Having problems with your 2006 Toyota Corolla ?

Left no lights on inside the car overnight. went to start the car the next morning and it would not turn over. lights on the dash worked, cabin light dim, consecutive tries to turn over the engine made the lights go dimmer or stop turning on altogether. Got a jump from someone and after 10 minutes, the car turned itself off.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 22-02-2021

Answers :

Battery is likely dead. Check alternator for charge current. Suspect alternator has failed. If you have a voltmeter, check voltage at battery after jumpstart and removing jumper cables (I'm assuming the engine will run for at least a few seconds). Voltage should be at least 14 vdc. If not replace alternator. If you don't have a voltmeter, you can remove the alternator and take it to the parts store to be checked. Any more questions, please reply.
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