2005 Toyota Avalon - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


If the freon (gas) in the AC system is low it will cause the compressor to turn on & off.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 27, 2019 | 19 views


Check OCV (oil control valve). Possible bad connector, wires, or ocv Bank 1 Firewall side.. Or ECM

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 27, 2019 | 47 views


P0352 DTC code which refers to a circuit malfunction in the ignition coil , return and install correct coils and if you cant get back plugs changed take it some where to have it done .

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019 | 41 views


Using a test light not your eyes,test all fuses with key on. More than likely it is a fuse blown.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 08, 2017 | 72 views


Pull out your owner's manual. Usually you have to press and hold the traction button until the light goes out.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 30, 2017 | 101 views


Ignition switch or relay should be killing power to this unit. Often power removal performs a reset of the device.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 31, 2017 | 98 views


I have never heard of that in my 50 years working with all makes of vehicles.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 14, 2017 | 155 views


I am not sure what you are asking here. Did you severely overheat the engine? if so that can be the cause of the no start. A far as the relay goes do you have a security light on in the dash?

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 10, 2016 | 35 views


check the installation of the thermostat
the body of the thermostat has to face the head or block as it requires hot water to make it open
installed incorrectly will cause over heating

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 10, 2016 | 39 views


bank 1 is the front bank closest to the grill
sensor 1 is the heated oxygen sensor and is located in the manifold or before the cat converter
sensor 2 is the oxygen sensor and is located after the cat converter
get a specialist oxygen sensor tool so that the small wires are not damaged during repalcement

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 26, 2016 | 135 views


Did you hook the jumper cables up backwards, if so you have big problems. It should be red to red on battery post marked (+), black cable to the engine any bare metal.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 14, 2016 | 77 views


Could have trashed the throttle body or gas pedal sensor. It is drive by wire. Have the codes read. A TPS code is the throttle, An APP code is the gas pedal. Neither are cheap.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 04, 2016 | 174 views


try going to passenger door window switch and reset it by going down and holding for extra 3to5 seconds after window is down, do same to go up, then try doing it with master switch don forget to hold it longer, this is a reset also used on Scion vehicles, hope it helps.
Good luck

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 08, 2015 | 4,893 views


Fuel pump is pulling to many amps. Replace it. I would ohm out the wires to it first. Nothing over 5 ohms.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 26, 2015 | 126 views


Hello, check the large fuses in the fuse box under the hood, there is a 140 alternator fuse which is larger than the rest, it may be blown due to the short circuit, some models use an integrated fusible link assembly, these are about 1/4" wide and about 3" long and have either a blue or brown top, both versions are bolted in on the inside of the box, in some cases the sub fuse holder can be released from the box and pulled up enough so that you can remove the bolts.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on May 24, 2015 | 97 views


Changing the fuse in the fuse box wont solve your problem On the back of the socket that is mounted in the dash that the lighter pushes into has a inline fuse that if over heated will blow. You will have to change the lighter. Toyota wanted close to $70 for a replacement lighter for my Tacoma. I never used the cigarette lighter for cigarett but needed to charge my cell phone so I replaced it with a dash Mount 12 Volt Power Socket for $10. Good luck.

2005 Toyota... | Answered on May 07, 2015 | 1,856 views


worse case scenario: you could have fried the ecu / ecm

anything electrical is effected; had a neighbor's car whole front end wiring to his headlight system got fried/melted together
do you have access to an obd2 scanner and plug it in to check?

in hindsight, this is one of the reasons why calling AAA for a jumpbox is better than having someone hook up jumper cables incorrectly ~ most also will connect the cables directly to the dead car's battery terminals when you're really supposed to connect it to "engine ground"

once you gave it a look over all the electrical wiring and fuses, time bo bite the bullet and take it to the shop ~ sadly

2005 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 01, 2015 | 120 views

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