Car wont Start

Asked by GuruK3JBT Dec 20, 2019 at 11:59 AM about the 2000 Toyota Avalon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello,

Last night when i turned off my car the radio would not turn off so I manually
turned it off and then this morning when I tried to start it, it would not start.
When I turn the key it makes a clicking sound but will not turn over. My fob
will not work at all and when I press the trunk button in my car it also clicks. I  
did not have time to make note if anything else worked as I was running late
to work. It's either the battery, alternator or starter. what do you think?

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Your battery's dead. If you turned your radio off manually, I believe there's something with your ignition switch that didn't turn accessories off causing your battery to drain.

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