Question about Toyota Camry
Chances are it's the battery - especially if it's more than two years old. The starter draws a LOT more power than the lights and accessories, and batteries often give no warning before they die. Pull the cables off the battery (remove the negative first and reconnect it last), clean the terminals real good with a wire brush, reconnect the cables, and then try to jump start the car. If that works, drive it for at least ten minutes, and then shut it off and try to restart it. If it turns right over the problem was corrosion on the terminals. If not, you are likely in the market for a new battery.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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