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    Unhappy Corolla 2007 self problem

    AoA, guys i am having problem with my Car, its not taking self... when i go for ignition it sounds like KRkrkrkrkrkrkrkr... i asked two people to push the car and started it in 2nd gear, any help ? no battery problem, battery is new.

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    i got similar problem back in 2012, when i turned key it sounds like karrr karrr it was battery issue i replaced and problem got solved till now its starting like charm. better check your battery.

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    battery issue.
    happens due to less cold/hot cranking ampere.
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    Get the battery recharged or claim the warranty if its new.

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    Try Jumping It And Then Try...You Will Instantly Know If Its Battery Or Starter
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    problem solved, the terminals of battery were rusted.. thankyou for advices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidgtr View Post
    problem solved, the terminals of battery were rusted.. thankyou for advices.
    remove terminal from battery poles use brush, clean terminals with warm water and use petroleum jelly thin coat to save from rusting in future & re-tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by capsat View Post
    remove terminal from battery poles use brush, clean terminals with warm water and use petroleum jelly thin coat to save from rusting in future & re-tight.
    I saw a dude use engine oil, does it do the same or some useless desi totka
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    petroleum jelly have high melting point and does not cause sludge over battery posts/terminals - ( i add a pinch of baking soda as well Thank to xulfiqar )

    while engine oil over the terminals is a battery's wet dream
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    you can get new battery terminals from a toyota dealer, if they don't have it in stock, you can order it (but you have to pay first).

    i visited a toyota dealership that had replica battery terminals, looked exactly same as the originals, but they were not made of copper. those were for 400 for one terminal, but they said that not all toyota dealers will have it since they had arranged it themselves, it was not an oem toyota part. nor could it be ordered
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