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    Default Electrical Issue: Toyota Passo (Help required)

    Hi all,

    I am now a days facing an issue with my car's wiring... in night, when the headlights are on and i use the power windows, then whenever the window is closed, the headlights gets a bit dim for a sec and then get normal... more over, the headlights also gets a bit dim when the turn signals are on...

    Also, sometimes the car's ABS starts working and sometimes it stops and the ABS check light is switched on at that time... please also guide me in this regard as well...

    Don't know much about car's mechanism. So, can somebody here guide me what's the issue with it... and from where could it get fixed....


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    1st check for the generator charging & drive belt tension.
    2nd check for the corrosion at the battery terminals,
    3rd check for the ground from battery to the vehicle, (body & chassis)

    last but not least, check for the corrosion on the ECU bracket, which can be located under the dash on passenger side, sometimes such nity bity cause abrupt check lights in the JDM cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capsat View Post

    1st check for the generator charging & drive belt tension.
    2nd check for the corrosion at the battery terminals,
    3rd check for the ground from battery to the vehicle, (body & chassis)

    last but not least, check for the corrosion on the ECU bracket, which can be located under the dash on passenger side, sometimes such nity bity cause abrupt check lights in the JDM cars.
    Thanx... will look into these things and will update as per my findings...

    Regarding the battery terminals... i placed a new battery almost a month ago... and the terminal as clean as well... checked them last weekend...

    Will check it again and let you know...

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    get a moti wire and connect it with battery and the other side with generator. Now get another short wire of same guage and connect it with other terminal of the battery and ground that wire with body. See what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by star2 View Post
    get a moti wire and connect it with battery and the other side with generator. Now get another short wire of same guage and connect it with other terminal of the battery and ground that wire with body. See what happens.
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    weak battery or weak generator. may also be bad grounding points.
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