Question about 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid Sedan
The 12v battery was changed in the dealer but when I got it back the radio has no sound and the volume nob doesn't indicate anything on the screen. The dealer does not fix but replaces with a new one at a very high price.
It is a blown fuse. The fuse box is located under the hood-I believe it is the no. 6 fuse (15A) There should be an extra fuse attached to the back of the fuse box cover along with the fuse puller. The location of the radio fuse is also shown.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The 2002 and the 2007 radio connections are markedly different. Remember that the 2007's are "satellite ready"; this changes the back side wiring configurations dramitically.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
The ECO HEAT/COOL button of your hybrid functions to reduce the consumption of electricity thus, a reduction of fuel consumption. An indicator 'ECO' appears on the air conditioning display to indicate that the mode is on. Of course, with the ECO HEAT/COOL on it'll take longer than the usual amount of time for the temperature to reach its normal or standard set temperature.
Your ECO HEAT/COOL mode won't function if your temperature control is set at 'LO" or 'HI" or if the air flow is in the "floor/windshield mode" or "windshield mode".
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
I also have this same problem with my camry at the moment? I also believe that it is some sort of link from battery to everything inside my car but, where would this FL Main 3.0W be? or what is it? relay? and is it located under the hood fuse box?
Would also love to know.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
It 's the unit. bring it to a repair facility( fairly easy to remove) and have them do the repair . Its a lot cheaper than buying a new unit. If you decide to do this let me know and I'll tell you how to remove and install the unit.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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