Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
This AM I discovered the doors on the car were locked. After unlocking, the hazard flashers immediately went on and the dash lights began flashing in sync with the flashers. The hazard light switch was in off position and flicking on and off had no effect on them. Turning the key in the ignition would not go beyond lighting up the dash warning lights. No clicks, no signs of starting as if the switch were defective. These symptoms lasted exactly 55 seconds, then the hazard flashers went off and a second later the doors automatically locked themselves. Inserting the key started the sequence all over again. Pushing the button to lock or unlock all doors on both sides would not lock the doors. After much experimenting, I disconnected the battery for a while and reconnected it. All worked properly once again, no auto hazard lights, no problems with door locks, car stared without a problem. 1. What caused this? 2. Is it likely to happen again unless problem resolved? 3. How do I fix it?
You may have had a bad connection at the battery that would cause this kind of problem
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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