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Within the last week my '91 Camry LE has gone crazy. First the heater went cold but engine temp. was fine. Then the driver's auto. shoulder belt and the windows (all of them) stopped working and now it won't start, but turns over fine. What's happened? Any ideas will be appreciated. Thanks.

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  • Cherry Richardson Mar 09, 2009

    I have a similar problem with my '91 Camry DX. Front driver's side control panel suddenly stopped working as did the driver's side shoulder harness. None of the front or rear power window controls work. Front passenger auto lock and shoulder harness still works. I can still auto lock all my doors from the front passenger side. However, after manually unlocking the front driver's side, getting into the car and shutting the door I hear 2 clicks inside the dash - just to right of center - have not attempted to get into the dash area yet. After turning on the ignition all locks automatically open. All contacts in driver's side control panel are clean, all easy access fuses and related relays seem to be fine, and we've tried resetting the designated circuit breakers. All wiring in the wiring harness that we can see and access without taking the dash apart looks brand new - nothing broken or out of place. A Toyota mechanic ruled out the "inside dash door control relay" because the passenger side still works. He seems to think a wire is grounding out somewhere. What else can we check? And how?

  • sewi51 Mar 19, 2009

    Thanks so much for the info. We have tried alot of tests and everything had seemed ok. This gives us another area to check in more detail. Thanks again.

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I had the same exact problem. In between the door and the body theres a wire harnass. Wires coming through the door were cut almost all the way through. cut the black plastic covering off. Only 2 of my wires were cut.

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