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Toyota Camry Fuse and Electrical Questions

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  • wadegwadeg Posts: 1
    My Camry is a 1995 automatic and is experiencing the same problem with non-working back up lights. Is the solution the same as you Jul 18, 2011 5:35pm reply? I don't have a test light or know how to use one, and is there a diagram I can look at that will help guide me? Should I disconnect the battery first? Thanx in advance for your assistance.
  • Most likely cause is the switch on the back of the transmission---could just be a loose wire.
  • i have 1995 toyota camry and i can open all doors with the switch but i cant lock please help iam going crazy and sometime my reverse lights want to come on and sometimes they don't
  • the wiring harness burned out. would the ECU need to be replaced and where is it. i had to replace the wiring harness inside the camry. first of all the battery doesnt stay charged, when i crank it it turns but it doesnt start. the wipers dont work nor the power windows to include the A/c. also i have to push down the over ride button to get the car to shift. i need help in figuring out the problems are. Can anyone help me. and thank you in advance.
  • tycoon21tycoon21 Posts: 1
    edited November 2011
    Hello, I have the same problem with my Camry 2001. Please send me the flasher1, flasher2, flasher3 pictures to prowebdev@yahoo.com Thank you.
  • My camry 2009 can't start. I hv few questions to ask:
    1) Do adjusting the steering tilting lever when the ignition is on caused this?
    2) The battery was jump-started but the engine just don't turn on, I put the cable +ve to+ve, -ve To -ve but no earthing connection,
    3) when change to new battery, still can't start, no panel ilumnition light, no power window, the brake can be released, can't move the gearshift from P, but car light is there, cd can be on, though i didn't wait to hear the audio,
    4) mechanic checks all the fuses, ok, but suspect the 2 certical long fuses (blue color) under the hood the main culprit.
  • sorry, no brake as well. (typo error)
  • ken5ngken5ng Posts: 2
    edited January 2012
    First I have to thank many people who posted possible causes on back light not working. I had similar problem and went back to look inside the trunk on the driver side. Immediately I saw 5 of 6 wires were broken. After reconnecting the wires, all the lights worked. Many thanks.

    My Camry has another problem. The "engine check light" is on. I used a reader and got the P0446 code "EVAP system, vent control malfunction." I looked around the hoses for cracks. They all seem ok. A manual said it is a bad VSV for vapor pressure sensor. I replaced the old one near the charcoal canister in the back with a new one. The light won't go away. Then I took out the VSV for EVAP near the air filter in the front and tested it. I cannot blow air through it. When I connected a 12-volt battery to it, it clicked and I can blow air. So I assumed it is good. I disconnected the electrical connector to the VSV for EVAP and measured the DC voltage across its 2 pins, when the key was turned to "ignition on" and when the car was started. In both cases, there was no voltage measured. Does this mean it is an electrical problem? What can I test next to locate the problem?

    Thanks for the help.

    Ken
  • thayes1thayes1 Posts: 1
    I purchased the car from a dealer in November. Neither outlet worked when I got home so I took it in they changed the fuse and wala until now. Now neither work again suddenly. I have checked the two 20 amp fuses in the fuse panel under the steering wheel, they were fine and brand new looking.
    What else could this be. Also not that they should be related but as of a couple weeks ago my trunk release inside doesn't work either.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
  • I am importing my car to Canada from the USA. In the US the 2002 Toyota Camry has a DRL switch that allows you to control when the running lights stay on. In Canada they are telling me the 2002 Toyota Camry had them stay on permanently. I need to rectify this. Can someone tell me what the componenet is that I need to buy to enable this or if there is part of the electrical path that can be blocked so that I can't turn them off? Thank you.
  • tywitywi Posts: 10
    The power outlet was not working. I pulled the outlet and saw it was not pulled into any wiring. The outlet has two male ends on it. How do I get to the female end ofthe wiring?
  • jfsimp1jfsimp1 Posts: 1
    The speedometer and odometer have stopped working in my 98 Camry V6. I replaced the VSS but it did not resolve the issue. Before it failed the speedometer was fluctuating. Also the cruise control does not work, but all other gauges do work? Any thoughts on how to diagnose before I take my next planned step- replacing the cluster. Could it be the wiring, or even something as bizarre as an issue with the dome light? or as simple as a fuse?
  • Hello,
    I just bought a car that needs a little bit of work. I did not realize the guy had taken out a fuse and replaced it with a poor-quality, home-made anti-theft switch with no fuse at all! Need to replace fuse, but cannot determine what fuse to put in. Does anyone have a link to a schematic to identify what fuse to put in?
  • ken5ngken5ng Posts: 2
    Try search on Google image for "1994 camry fuse box diagram". It should show what fuse to put in. Hope it helps.
  • I have a 1994 Toyota Camry LE. Recently, the cruise control stopped functioning. When I press the button to activate the cruise, the light on the dash flickers for 2-3 seconds before going out. I thought I might try to replace the fuse first before I take it to a repair shop. Problem is that I can't find the fuse. Any ideas which fuse box and which specific fuse would control the cruise control?
  • Mirrors, Cigarette Lighter, And Clock Fuse Number Is 37, Blue one And It's 15A.
    Location Is On The Bottom Of Power Steering On The Left
  • Where is the Wiper Fuse located exactly in a 1995 Toyota Camry?
  • Junction Box #1, left side of instrument panel, you'll see a group of 12 fuse, it's the 20 amp fuse, left hand row, middle fuse.
  • My 2006 Toyota Camry SE has been sitting for 3+ years in my backyard (long story) and I am just pulling it out now. Anyways everything is fine except my heater and ac controls dont work. My fan operates but NO heat, NO AC and NO rear defrogger. In the video in this link/URL on youtube I point them out. I check the fuse in and out of the car for "HTR". I dont know what else to check...is it that I just need an AC recharge? but then why would not my rear defogger light come on or work? anyways, please help and you can see exactly what I am talking about here camry video on youtube.com
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