I removed battery from 1997 Tacoma to replace dead battery in Sienna Van and took dead battery to repair shop for testing. Repair shop tested and charged the battery. Now Tacoma is using a fully charged battery. However the only thing that works are the headlights. Ignition is completely dead, the ignition doesn't even 'click' when cranked. The dome lights are dead. It's like no juice is coming from the battery to anything but the headlights. Windows won't roll up or down.
Possible wrench in otherwise typical battery swap: After I removed the battery from the Tacoma to use in the Siennna. The windows were rolled down and the Tacoma had no power supply. I used jumper cables to connect from battery of Sienna and connected to battery terminals to Tacoma to provide power to roll up windows. This did not work.
Suppose, I crosswired the jumper cables to roll up the windows, could I have done something to explain why truck does not crank?