Question about 1997 Toyota Camry
I drove home and turned my camry off but the started stayed engaged. I disconnected the battery and it killed all power. I went out the next day and reconnected it to see what was going on. The car died and now I have no power what so ever. no lights no horn no wipers nothing! The battery is fine and charged. Is there a main fuse? Where do I need to look?
I would check your main battery terminals to make sure they are not loose. Sometimes, even when you have reconnected them properly they may not be tight enough to make a good electrical connections...I have seen it a million times and I have also been a victim myself :) If you shake them and they swivel at all that may be your problem. Sometimes another way to tell is if you can move them around and the car starts one time, then later that day or sometime down the road the car wont start again this is a sign that the connection is your problem. You should definately try this first, then go from there.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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