Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
If your battery 'went dead' your probably have had a battery problem for awhile. Put in a new battery AND make sure the alternator is putting out 14-15volts. You can do this yourself. Buy or borrow a voltmeter-or DVOM-connect the black to the neg, and the red to the pos. while its running and make sure you have the 14-15 volts. Anything under this voltage is probably and indication that your alternator is needed also.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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