Sequoia wont start after a tuneup at the shop

Asked by pleslie99 Nov 15, 2019 at 10:16 PM about the 2007 Toyota Sequoia

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Got my 2007 Sequoia back from the shop today where a tuneup was done
including replacing spark plugs.  It is Friday night and it wont start.  Just
clicks.  Is there a reset button?  No issues prior to taking it to shop.  Prior to
not turning over the lights would not turn off and it would not lock using the
key fob.  Finally got it locked and lights off and when I returned 1 hour later it
only clicked when I turned the key.

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Dead battery?

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Definitely sounds like a battery problem. Check your battery cable connections. Make sure everything is clean and tight. Try to jump start it. If you can jump it and the battery is older have your local auto parts store load test it. Hope that helps! Jim

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