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I have a 99 camry the went dead and i tried to jump it the horn blows good the head lights comes on but when i turn the key it says nothing the dash lights doesnt come on its like its not getting any power

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  • fordexpert May 11, 2010

    The first thing is to check your fuse block. Hopefully you will have manual to show where the dash light and ignition fuses are. You said the car went dead, was the battery replaced or run down? When you jumped it did it turn over better or not at all? Remember if the battery was run down, something did that before you jumped the car. And if you had a problem the battery was the victim and not the source. You still have to fix the problem.

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My 99 camry just lost its dash lights and shifting lights
what the first things i need to check first? If its fuses which
fuse do i check ? I was working on a rear signal light in trunk when
I went back to leave , dash lights not on.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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There could be several reasons for your problem:

  1. Check your connections for tightness and corrosion. A corroded battery cable/post will diminish the current going to the dead battery.
  2. Check jumper connections
  3. Dead battery; the worse off the battery is, the more time it will take to charge the battery sufficiently enough to start the car; a completely dead battery with bad cells will never recharge sufficiently enough to hold a charge and start the car on a regular basis
Hope this answers your question. Best of luck.
Greg

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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