Electrical System Problems of Toyota Tacoma
Toyota Tacoma owners have reported 70 problems linked to electrical system (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The car was a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 5TETU62N99_. Without any warning or assistance the Tacoma's radio will, all by itself, randomly change stations, turn itself on/off and increase/decrease the volume. During these occurrences it displays odd characters on it's led screen. When it shuts itself off it's impossible to turn back on until quite sometime later. What's especially disturbing is when it suddenly turns itself on at maximum volume. This electrical system issue occurred 10/01/09.
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#2 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The car involved is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 3TMJU62N59_. My vehicle daytime running lights (drl), are burning through the lenses. The lens in front of the bulb is discolored and seems to be melting and cracking due to overheating. The plastic is dark and looks burned. Because of the defect there is concern for driver safety as there seems to be an obvious fire hazard that has not been addressed by Toyota. This problem exists in both of my front headlights. This issue happened on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013.
#3 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The car was a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. VIN of the vehicle was 3TMJU62N09_. Daytime running lights generated enough heat to melt the interior colored lens on both headlight assemblies, I noticed discoloration and cracks in the colored lens within 1st 12 months. More recently the colored lens began to melt and run, looks as if they were exposed directly to flames. There is also noticeable heat damage to the clear exterior lens cover near the area of the drl. Toyota issued a service bulletin but did not notify owners of the potential fire hazard this may cause. Heat damage has clearly become more severe over time. It was 08/26/13 when this electrical system issue happened.
#4 - Electrical System problem of the 1998 Toyota Tacoma
Upon purchase of a 1998 Toyota Tacoma from lithia Toyota of missoula, montana I was presented with an odometer disclosure statement stating the vehicle had 168,143 miles. While test driving the vehicle earlier on paved highway I noticed the odometer read 168,000 and something miles, so signed the disclosure statement in good faith of the dealer. I also had requested a vehicle history report. After the test drive, the salesman handed me an autocheck vehicle history report. He did not explain details of the report to me, although it seemed fairly straightforward. Heading the odometercheck section, in bold letters it stated "your vehicle checks out!" it continued by stating "autocheck examined the reported odometer readings reported to autocheck for this 1998 Toyota Tacoma sr5(VIN#) and no indication of an odometer rollback or tampering was found. " because I had been warned about used vehicles and accidents I focused on the accidentcheck and title and problemcheck in the report. It wasn't until the odometer went out driving on gravel a week later that I realized the odometer was flawed. And it doesn't record the mileage when it is out. On closer inspection of the vehicle history report, there are six reports underneath the odometercheck section. The suspect mileage is between the 2nd and 3rd mileage reports. The 2nd mileage reports 15,000 miles 10/09/98 with a notation stating: "not included in rollback calculation. " the 3rd mileage reports 10,038 12/10/1998. That is a difference of -4,962 miles lost on the odometer. I phoned, then brought the Tacoma back to lithia 8/6/13. The man in the service department said they found no problem and recommended replacing the circuit board at my expense. There was nothing they could do, he repeated. I wrote a letter to Toyota corp. 8/9/13 and received a response by phone 8/20/13. The analyst stood by lithia's decision 8/23/13. This electrical system problem happened on Fri., Jul. 26, 2013.
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#5 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle was a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 3TMKU72N99_. Daytime running lights (drl) light bulbs along with outside temperatures generated enough heat to cause bubbling and cracked both headlight lenses. This may posed a fire hazard. It was Monday, Aug. 19, 2013 when this electrical system issue occurred.
#6 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The VIN of this vehicle was 3TMKU72N69_. My vehicle¿¿s daytime running lights (drl), which are located in the headlight assembly, are burning through the lenses. The lens in front of the bulb is discolored and seems to be melting due to overheating. The plastic is dark and looks burned. Because of the defect there is concern for driver safety as there seems to be an obvious fire hazard that has not been addressed by Toyota. This problem exists in both of my front headlights. This problem occurred on Jul. 28, 2013.
#7 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle was a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. VIN of the vehicle was 5TETX22N89_. Excessive heat from daylight running light bulbs cause my vehicle headlight lenses to slowly burn and crack. This problem occurred on July 26, 2013.
#8 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved was a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5TETU62N09_. Headlight housings turn signal/dtrl lense is burned and cracked due to excessive heat from bulb. Apparently from what I have read in forums and other on line sources, Toyota is avoiding this problem by saying no remedy due to factory warrantee expired or completely denying it. However, they have made available upgraded replacement parts. I bought this vehicle in March 2011 and noticed this condition right after purchase. It has now worsened to the point they need to be replaced. Vehicle now has 48,381 miles. This electrical system issue occurred Apr. 6, 2011.
#9 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The car is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The plastic housing/plastic lens covering the amber daytime running lights and the clear fog lights are burned, melted, cracked and broken. This is not due to any front end collision but due to the extreme heat generated by the original factory-installed light bulbs. The lights are generating so much heat that they are melting, burning and cracking the plastic housing which then breaks under driving stress. Compounding the problem is that there is no way to turn off the daytime running lights when the vehicle is in operation. Either the daytime running lights must be on or the headlights must be on. Therefore, the lights continue to burn the plastic housing. Toyota will not competely cover the cost to repair and replace these defective light systems stating that the vehicle is out of the 3 year warranty. Although the vehicle is one year out of the 3 years manufacturer's warranty this problem did not occur overnight but is the result of 4 years of use. The lens have been progressively getting worse over time. Because the lens are burned, we are concerned that a fire could occur. It was Friday, June 28, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
#10 - Electrical System problem of the 2003 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle is a 2003 Toyota Tacoma. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 5TEGN92N13_. I'm filing the compliant to acknowledge the fact that these older fly by wire throttle bodies have a faulty tps that is only replaceable as a whole new throttle body. The cost on them is between 700 to 1000 dollars. My Tacoma do have a faulty tps on it. I'm waiting to save up enough money to replace the throttle body however, there have been numerous times that upon pulling out into traffic it has acted up. When this happens you get a very bad hesitation or lack of acceleration to the point of endangering myself and other drivers. The hesitation has lasted as long as 3 to 5 seconds before the throttle will finally respond. The condition will only happen during hot summer months. Thank you for your time and would like the see this looked into and or resolved. I will be able to replace the throttle body because I work at a dealership and get the parts at cost. However some people may not be able to save up the cost for the new part. Thanks again sincerely!!. This electrical system problem happened on Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
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#11 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 5TETU62N29_. Inside the front left and right headlight assembly is a combination turn signal indicator/ emergency flash indicator/daytime running light. The lense for this combination indicator inside the headlight assembly has melted and affected the integrity of the component. I contacted my local dealership twice and Toyota customer satisfaction by telephone. But they did not offer any additional information for correcting the problem, except for total replacement of the complete assembly at my expense. By the regulations of the federal government with the dot Toyota should comply with part 564 of the safety regulation requirements, and by this should notify owners of the optional replacement parts as a service bullitin with a mailed notification letter. Because of this oversight Toyota has chosen to adapt a stratagy to use an exception to their warranty contract by limiting their responsibility in effect of component exclusions I. E. Light bulbs because of Toyota's inabillity to recognise and address this issue with a notification. Many of the dealers and owners who could have corrected the improper matching of the assemblies, before damage to the integrity of the signal indicators required safe operation was lost and Toyota gained considerable financial advantage at the expense of safety. This electrical system issue occurred February 15, 2013.
#12 - Electrical System problem of the 2010 Toyota Tacoma
The car involved was a 2010 Toyota Tacoma. I noticed while doing a walk around of my truck that one of the headlights was burned out. I thought nothing about the issue and planned to have it repaired. Within 2 weeks the other side burned out as well. This has now happened 3 times (77,000miles). I have spoken with several other owners and many are having the same issue, including a family member and coworkers. This is a major safety issue as if you don't catch when the first one burns out the other follows shortly thereafter and can leave you stranded. This problem occurred on 03/01/2011.
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#13 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The car involved is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. VIN of the vehicle was 3TMKU72N09_. I have a 09 Tacoma and the drl's have actually burned, melted and popped the lens in front of them. Also, the bulbs themselves, upon examination, have burned the socket in which they are held. You can see black around the base of them. Took it to Toyota at 59k miles and I have the platinum 7year/100000mi warranty and was told it would cost me 1100 for parts alone to fix, offered no help and lied to me and said they have had no other incidents of this nature and its a rare problem never before seen. I have removed my drl bulbs out of concern of a fire starting and then I probably get stuck with that bill of a burnt front end. I should not have to pay because Toyota put in a bulb that's too hot or because Toyota decided to make a cheap plastic cover for the bulbs. I had zero influence on this failure. There are countless posts on all kinds of websites concerning this problem. I can track down over 1000 in less than 30 min. Please help. When I call Toyota I just get bullied around and talked to like I'm dumb or don't know what I'm talking about. It was August 1, 2012 when this electrical system issue occurred.
#14 - Electrical System problem of the 2008 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved was a 2008 Toyota Tacoma. The VIN of the problem Tacoma is 5TELU45N58_. It has happened twice too me truck is running fine and then check engine light comes on truck goes into a limp mode . Has done it twice once running about thirty miles per hour the second time running 70 mph in busy I-10 traffic in jax FL rush hour bad news. Truck never shuts off goes to a idle speed and will not run over 20 miles per hour maybe if you lucky . No throttle response it will only have a idle . Never shuts off . This problem occurred on 11/30/12.
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#15 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 3TMLU42N29_. On the headlight assembly of my vehicle both of the running light lenses are melting. They first started to bubble and I noticed it at approximately 40,000 miles. I took it into the dealership to have it checked out and they said that the warranty would not cover it and offered no fix. Recently, I looked at the lenses again and they are now cracked and burnt. The plugs that the bulbs are in are burnt as well. Toyota told me they would pay half of the damages, but not the whole thing. In Toyota's service bulletin that they published in 2011, it states that the 2005-2011 vehicles have defective headlights and came out with a new designed headlight for them. With that said, my Tacoma is a 2009 model. One of my biggest worries regarding this defect is the fact that I like to go on road-trips in my vehicle which sometimes requires me to drive for long periods of time. I am concerned that over time the lenses will melt completely and cause a fire or short in the wires. I have three small children and I should not have to worry about defected headlights catching fire and endangering them. The last time I went to the Toyota dealership, I walked around and looked at the used Tacoma's and found the same issues on almost all of vehicles. Like I said my biggest thing is my safety and Toyota knows that they manufactured a defective headlight and refuse complete responsibility for it. The failure date was Thursday, Sep. 8, 2011.
#16 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5TETU62N29_. Running lights melting, possible fire threat. This problem occurred on Jan. 1, 2011.
#17 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Toyota Tacoma
The car is a 2011 Toyota Tacoma. There was crash involved with this problem. Sudden unintended acceleration. Time was 6:55 am. I was on work property having just turned left from a light. I was 5 th car in line to make a right turn. All cars were stopped. My foot was lightly pressing break. The next thing I know, my truck was ramming the SUV in front of me. No way my foot could have touched gas pedal. . . It was a traffic jam. It's like this every morning. I contacted Toyota right away. They denied it, but sent out an eng to get black box data. I never heard from them again. This electrical system issue occurred Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
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#18 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved was a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. The VIN of the problem Tacoma is 3TMJU62N79_. Daytime running lights are to close to the plastic in front of the bulb, which has cracked and melted the plastic lens, which is a fire hazard. It was Thursday, February 9, 2012 when this electrical system issue happened.
#19 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
The car is a 2009 Toyota Tacoma. My trucks headlight unit has daytime running lights "amber turn signal lighting" and its continued to cause melting around the housing. This has been going on for a year now and the dealership has been informed on more than one occasion and they refuse replacement because its not a declared recall from Toyota. The light issue continues to get worse and is almost completely melted around the turn area. It was Fri., Jun. 1, 2012 when this electrical system issue happened.
#20 - Electrical System problem of the 2008 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 5TEKU72NX8_. My 08 Toyota Tacoma drl (daylight running light/turn signal) lens burned/melted/cracked the lens but the bulb is still working so chances are it could catch on fire. I have exceeded my warranty but I feel Toyota should stand behind their product and replace my light lens. Light lens should never burn/melt/break regardless of how old or how many miles the vehicle has on it. Not all Tacoma's have drl , this is a safety option, not so safe. I contacted Toyota and was told Toyota would not stand behind their product because I had exceeded my warranty. Nice customer service. This electrical system problem happened on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012.
#21 - Electrical System problem of the 2008 Toyota Tacoma
The VIN of the car is 3TMLU42N28_. Consumer has a 2008 Toyota Tacoma. While parked, the contact noticed that the center console screen on the roof that displayed the temperature and compass stopped functioning. The contact stated that the solder points connecting to the circuit board had fractured. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer for a diagnostic test. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 60,000. It was Jul. 1, 2011 when this electrical system issue occurred.
#22 - Electrical System problem of the 2008 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle was a 2008 Toyota Tacoma. The VIN of this Tacoma is 5TETU62N68_. There are two separate issues which make a deadly combination. When I stop in traffic on the freeway then attempt to accelerate, the car will rev at a high rpm while failing to accelerate as it would under normal operations. Now this is where it is scary for me. When I let off of the gas pedal under these conditions, sometimes the rpm's will go down as you would expect but sometimes the rpm's will stay very high even after I take my foot off the gas pedal. At that point I step on the brake, turn on my emergency lights, put the car into park and turn off the engine then turn it on again. This is all too reminiscent of the problem with Toyota cars that accelerated without warning. Luckily, the first issue I mentioned, where the car doesn't accelerate properly after stopping, is stopping this car from accelerating at a high speed and causing injury to me and anyone in my path. The failure date was Monday, May. 21, 2012.
#23 - Electrical System problem of the 2007 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 5TEMU52N57_. Tl-the vehicle was a 2007 Toyota Tacoma. The contact stated the air conditioner unit malfunctioned due to a faulty fan switch and connector that burned the fan wire. The contact took the vehicle to a dealer for a diagnostic test. The dealer stated the resistor to the fan unit needed to be replaced. The contact did not replace the resistor. The failure mileage was 140,000. Jo. It was Jul. 3, 2012 when this electrical system issue occurred.
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#24 - Electrical System problem of the 2007 Toyota Tacoma
Crash was involved with the Toyota Tacoma. Consumer owns a 2007 Toyota Tacoma. The contact was driving 15 mph and applied the brakes when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a wall. The air bags did not deploy. The contact stated there was a electrical malfunction that occurred before the crash. The contact was able to drive the vehicle from the scene and took the vehicle to the dealer where the dealer performed a diagnostic test and discovered that the spiral cable assembly had malfunctioned. The dealer replaced the spiral cable assembly but the contact stated that after the repairs, the vehicle still experienced major electrical problems. The contact believed that the vehicle was unsafe to drive. The failure mileage was 67,142. This electrical system issue occurred Tuesday, Jun. 1, 2010.
#25 - Electrical System problem of the 2007 Toyota Tacoma
Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 5TEUU42N87_. The vehicle had a crash. 2007 Toyota Tacoma sua (sudden unintended acceleration) my incident started from a near standstill with my right foot firmly on the brake. As a formally trained observer and troubleshooter of aircraft electronic systems, it is my opinion that this vehicle delivered uninitiated stimulus to the electronic throttle control system. I am 100% positive about this finding as I personally experienced this failure with a clear mind and excellent vantage point. I was finally able to stop this vehicle after violent and aggressive braking was applied while contacting a cement picnic table. This finally occurred just short of a 267 foot cliff/hill pointing into a reservoir. This is my second entry into the NHTSA database concerning the unintended acceleration of a 2007 Toyota Tacoma. I have now been through the entire Toyota process and have had all recalls and investigations performed. Damage from the accident due to sua has been repaired. Toyota findings were conclusive. "could not duplicate". This means they do not have to do anything at all. I have to date engaged in extensive research of this phenomenon and I am shocked as to the findings recently announced by ray lahood and nasa that exonerates electronics as a possible issue. I have been supporting, maintaining and troubleshooting electronic problems since 1980 and consider myself a credible professional technician. This was definitely an electronic ghost in the machine. It was Monday, August 8, 2011 when this electrical system issue occurred.
#26 - Electrical System problem of the 2006 Toyota Tacoma
The vehicle involved was a 2006 Toyota Tacoma. The VIN of this vehicle was 5TEUU42N36_. At around 48,000 miles, airbag light came on. Took it to Toyota dealer and was diagnosed at broken spiral cable. Total cost to fix was 460 dollars with labor. Seems to be a common problem with 06 Tacoma. This electrical system issue occurred Monday, November 28, 2011.
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#27 - Electrical System problem of the 2006 Toyota Tacoma
The car involved is a 2006 Toyota Tacoma. This has been going on for few years. This month my a/c started working intermittently again. I have replaced the resistor before thinking it was bad. . That's when I first noticed the hot spots. This time I investigated more. Now all 4 conductors are showing signs of a hotspots and the plug also is showing signs of overheating on the two middle connections. Toyota's service manage didn't know of any service bulletins or recalls on this issue. Also Toyota doesn't sell a replacement plug. This can, and probably will start a fire. The parts department said I will fine that most of the plugs will show heat indications at a used parts houses. Having a fire inside my vehicle is definitely a safety issue. First resistor changed 11/10 @ 81500 miles and there was nothing wrong with it, just loose connections. This issue happened on Dec. 28, 2011.
#28 - Electrical System problem of the 2010 Toyota Tacoma
I have a 2010 Toyota Tacoma 2wd. I have a safety problem involving the electronic throttle control [etc]. When applying small pressure to the accelerator as you would in heavy stop and go traffic, the vehicle will sometimes lunge forward. This is an unsafe condition and quite frightening. I have appealed to the dealer who tells me this is normal. I have had the vehicle fishtail while on a slippery surface as a result of the unintended acceleration [ua]. I ask that Toyota find a way to fix this problem. This issue happened on Friday, July 30, 2010.
#29 - Electrical System problem of the 2007 Toyota Tacoma
Crash was involved with the Toyota Tacoma. While on a camping trip my 2007 Toyota Tacoma suffered a sudden unintended acceleration event. While applying the brakes and coming to a stop the Tacoma suddenly accelerated and flew over two good size boulders a cast iron fire pit and came to a rest after hitting a solid concrete picnic table. A report was filed with coho campground hosts acting as to go on file with the washington state forestry department. This even occurred at the wynoochee dam and reservoir located in the pacific northwest of washington state. The truck was remanded to Toyota of olympia washington and the insurance carrier was notified. The truck was due for the well documented Toyota floor mat, gas pedal and braking acceleration override modification. Now listen carefully here. . . The floor mats were heavy duty rubber non-Toyota brand mats. They were not impeding the gas pedal in any way shape or form. The truck accelerated instantly while braking and almost at a dead stop. Review of NHTSA findings on this issue are shocking. I did not hit the accelerator by mistake, there is a huge difference in the size, feel and consistency of these two incredibly different pedals. Many children and campers were present in this campground, the sheer luck that no one was killed is a matter of fate. The fact I am writing you from my living room and not a jail cell while being held for vehicular manslaughter is a miracle. This is not driver error, you have a bunch of 4 wheel time bombs out there traversing the nations highways. With over 30 years in technical electronic systems I assure you this truck accelerated from an almost dead stop while my right foot was on the gigantic break pedal, not the little tiny gas pedal. Hear me, believe me. . . . . End of story. The failure date was August 11, 2011.
#30 - Electrical System problem of the 2006 Toyota Tacoma
VIN of the vehicle was 5TEUU42NX6_. The vehicle is a 2006 Toyota Tacoma. The contact stated that the air bag warning light illuminated on the instrumental panel on a consistent basis. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer and the contact was informed that there was a short in the drivers side squib and the vehicle needed a spiral cable. The vehicle had not been repaired. The manufacturer was notified and offered no assistance. The failure mileage was approximately 105,000. This electrical system issue occurred 07/11/11.
#31 - Electrical System problem of the 2010 Toyota Tacoma
The VIN of this vehicle is 3TMLU4EN7A_. 2010 Toyota Tacoma 6cyl. - when stopped at traffic lights and the heater or air conditioner is on, the truck lunges forward intermittently. When this happens, it feels like someone has hit me from behind. No one is there and the rpm gauge has gone from the normal 0. 5 rpms to 1 rpm on its own. I have been watching this problem and I find that it only happens when the heater or air conditioner is on. It does not happen when these components are off. Happened about 12 times now. The failure date was December 15, 2009.
#32 - Electrical System problem of the 2010 Toyota Tacoma
The car was a 2010 Toyota Tacoma. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 3TMLU4EN6A_. Whenever slowing down from 25 mph to make a turn or just to slow up, when accelerator is again pushed down to speed up, the truck "hunts" for the proper gear, usually shifting to too low a gear for the speed needed (transmission/computer problem), causing vehicle to pause & not pick up speed. This causes a severe threat of being rear ended or hit in an intersection due to lack of acceleration. Dealers won't fix it or reprogram the computer. I've owned a lot of vehicles & none have had this problem. . It was 12/03/10 when this electrical system issue happened.
#33 - Electrical System problem of the 2009 Toyota Tacoma
My one week old 2009 Toyota Tacoma truck's blue tooth function is defective. It will not read contacts from cell phone. I am supposed to enter my 500 ever changing contacts one by one into the truck's blue tooth system. Otherwise, I will have to look at my cell phone while driving, dial the number, then talk on the blue tooth. Toyota e-mailed that I should have known my cell phone is not compatible with their system. There is no where in Toyota Tacoma manual or else where specifying the necessity for specific make, model, and carrier of cell phone to be compatible with the Toyota blue tooth. My cell phone is an lg, vx8300 model purchased about a year ago. My carrier is verizon wireless. After asking for my cell phone make, model, and carrier, Toyota e-mailed to me that my cell phone is not compatible with their vehicle blue tooth system. Toyota did not mention what carrier, cell phone make, and model I should have to be able to work it. They are ignoring the issue. Please help. This electrical system problem happened on Sep. 13, 2008.
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|Electrical System problems||70|
|Underhood Wiring problems||9|
|Instrument Panel problems||9|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||6|
|Horn Assembly problems||4|
|Ignition Switch problems||3|
|Ignition Module problems||3|
|Trunk Wiring problems||2|
|Battery Cable problems||2|
|Electrical Failure problems||2|
|Car Will Not Start problems||2|
|Ignition Coils Failure problems||1|