Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Replacing Battery Cables on 1998 Lexus ES300?

This is common problem,noticed by many Lexus Es300 car owners.The vehicle will not start and due to this the battery is replaced,but still the vehicle will not stater.
But when the Battery cable connections are wiggled the car starts.In some cases when you tap the battery cables with rubber mallet/hammer then car starts.But this same problem repeats.

Due to this problem issues there are Universal battery cables available. Most auto parts keep this battery cables.At autozone they provide this cables.

The positive battery cable. Typically never fails on this vehicle and is incorporated into the engine main harness. The secondary cable goes up into the main fuse box and powers all of the electrical systems. Typically what happens is corrosion gets built up into the end of the connectors and maybe 1 inch into the wire. What you would need to do is cut the ends off and by universal positive battery cable and bolt the cable onto the universal cable and. Based on your description it sounds like you have a loose connection or corrosion issue in one of the battery cables. This is not going to be an issue in the wiring itself. The only other problem I have ever run into is the starter contacts in the starter solenoid itself have a tendency to wear and will cause a click noise but typically this will not affect any of the interior lights or headlights when this happens.

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