Question about 2001 Toyota Camry
The way it's behaving, you've lost battery power completely. Same happened on my Toyota. The stock battery terminal clamps are thin and can corrode and crack. Sometimes just cycling the key can push through enough current to get it going again. so it's tough to diagnose.
Check and clean your battery terminals: Wear some rubber gloves and safety glasses. Remove the battery terminals - negative then positive - and neutralize any white corrosion with a paste of water and baking soda - scrub with an old toothbrush. Sand the battery terminals with and the inside of the cable clamps to clean more. Inspect the clamps for damage. You can get a new clamp (cheap) or a whole new battery cable (preferred) from a parts store.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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