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Trouble starting.... i changed my battery and now my car wont start. everything else works (lights, blinkers and the alarm light blinks) but it wont turn over. is there a security device that i need to bypass in order for my camry to start. do i need to re set anything ?

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  • booker02119 Aug 25, 2008

    i'm have trouble with my 1996 camry the lights and everything elas work's but in won't trun over! what should i do







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Check battery connection. make sure terminals are clean. and make sure the terminals are not loose when connected

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I hadnt used my car for 2 days went out to start it and it wont turn over, cleaned the termials and connection start wont turn over. I have dash lights and head lights and all. But wont start. The locks keep clicking and when I put on the lights it made a funny noise. Has anyone had this problem with their car??

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

  • DudeMurray Oct 13, 2011

    Yes, my locks are clicking too. Put in a new starter but that didn't help. The only way to start car is to tap the outside of the starter with a hammer while someone inside turns the ignition switch on..

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Its a 1996 camry

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

What year is your camry? on some year camry's, you need to turn the head light switch to the "on" position then turn the key.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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It could be a security code issue. Call an expert to diagnose the car for u.

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