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Old 11-27-2020, 03:44 PM #16
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Did the amp look blown? I look at mine and it looks normal.

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This is key, I encountered a similar issue recently. My neighbors Camry horn was going off one day and I looked out to see him and his wife (older couple) jumping it. Well the next day I saw him under the hood and went over to see if I could help. Turns out the Camry was screaming for HELP, they had jumped it with reversed polarity, actually melted about one third of the negative terminal on the battery. Apparently they had AAA come by during the day and the driver told them the computer was fried. We got a new battery in and then the fun started, during this I could not get my Scan tool to connect. After replacing the 120 amp alternator fuse and several others, from radio power to throttle power, only then was able to connect and clear codes.

I would start by removing the battery and replacing all the blown fuses.

It's a big cookie so you know the saying...one bite at a time.
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Thanks for the reply. So the voltage went up about 1 after starting the car.
I think the alternator is good.

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Well not necessarily all bad. Afterall it is a Toyota
Lets start simple. How's the battery/charging?
If you can't clear the codes can you leave the battery disconnected for 10-20min and try again?
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