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I was driving down the highway and my whole system shut down radio,speed themother, enginge gauge, doors everything shoot down but the car was still going strong until i turned off the switch and then it wouldn't start back.

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The same thing happened to my Honda Accord 1996.
I tried jumpstart n all...but it wont...so i had to call the wench. Later on i came to know the timer belt had broken down. For my honda, they had to open up the engine...but in Camry u can change it yerself, nd its a very cheap replacement.

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4 or 6 cilinders, Check you fuses,

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