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#1104 of 1159 Integration relay
May 31, 2011 (10:37 am)
A year ealrlier My head lights and doors stopped working for my 1997 Toyota Camry LE. I could track down the problem with the integration relay.I bought it from the junkyard and replaced it. It worked fine for a few weeks.Everything was working. But then one day it rained and I was back with the same problem. Everytime I turn the ignition there is a whirring noise inside the integration relay. The headlights /Taillights power windows don't work.The engine starts though. I am absolutely sure the integration relay went bad this time too.There must be something that is burning it out.possibly a short which happens when it rains.May be the water seeps in from somewhere that does this. How can I trouble shoot this.May be look for electrical shorts.But where do I start and how ? I will appreciate a solution
#1105 of 1159 Toyota Camry 2000
Jun 05, 2011 (12:05 pm)
My turn signals and emergency lights stopped working. Everything else works just fine. I'm about to check all fuses, but I think they are fine. I understand it might be flasher relay. My question is, I saw pictures with the location of it, I just don't know how to remove the panel. Screws seem to be hidden. Is it possible to remove that panel without removing top panels? If so, maybe anyone has suggestions or pictures. Thank you.
#1106 of 1159 Re: Head/Taillights for CAmry 1997 [kiawah]
Jun 07, 2011 (7:23 pm)
my toyota camry 1998 LE (no day light, V4) has no headlights, taillights and dash lights. No Power locks too. I checked the headlight relay and it is good (just put on another camry-same year 1998 camry LE). The 40 A fuse is also working. No power on 15A fuses (headlights fuses). I tried to be smart and shorted terminal 1 & 2 on the headlight relay socket (when i took off the head light relay) using a loose wire. I lights came on, but never come off by switch ( only front head lights came on, but tail lights no). Then I also shorted 3 and 4 on the same socket and the lights are not on again. I also double checked by meter terminal 1 & 2 on the socket - there is resistance. But on terminal 3 & 4 nothing. What shall i do? do you think that can be a problem of integration relay? PS: all fuses (except 15A), 30A working fine too!!!
#1107 of 1159 My fuse keeps blowing
Jun 18, 2011 (4:16 pm)
I have a 1990 Toyota Camry, the first thing I noticed go wrong was the dome light went out, i checked the bulb and it was fine. A week or so later I noticed that the fan in my heat/air conditioner unit would only work on high. Later I noticed my break lights did not work, but my tail lights still did. I checked my fuse box and noticed that by break light fuse was blown. I replaced the fuse and as soon as I tuned the car on it blew again. What would be causing all these problems? Could it be one thing or are they all unrelated?
#1108 of 1159 Re: My fuse keeps blowing [josh61]
Jun 18, 2011 (5:02 pm)
I forgot too add, but I do not think this applies. At about the same time as everything else went out, It wouldn't let me shift out of park. The only way I can shift out of park is to hold down shift lock button while shifting.
#1109 of 1159 Re: My fuse keeps blowing [josh61]
Jun 19, 2011 (9:34 am)
It's the brake light voltage that is used to energize the solenoid that releases the park shift position. Most likely cause is a shorted bulb filament, bulb base, or bulb socket.
#1110 of 1159 2011 XLE Multi-Information Display Reading Wrong
Jul 03, 2011 (1:52 pm)
#1111 of 1159 2011 XLE Multi-Information Display Reading Wrong
Jul 03, 2011 (1:52 pm)
The Multi-Information Display on my 2011 XLE has developed a few problems. The OAT reads low by as much as 15 degrees. Fuel consumption reads 37.7 highway and stays there until I turn the ignition off. Average speed is low also. I tried disconnecting the battery for over 1 hour in hopes of a reset, no luck with that. Anyone experience problems with this?
It also has the tranny problem as well and lately has developed a strong transmission fluid smell when the tranny is nice and warmed up.
Thanks to All,
#1112 of 1159 2007 Camry SE AUX outlet
Jul 09, 2011 (5:57 pm)
My AUX outlet appears to have quit working. I have tried new cables so it is either a fuse of the acutal outlet. Can anyone tell me where the fuse? If you have similar issue? How to fix it?
#1113 of 1159 Re: 2007 Camry SE AUX outlet [jpcfmartins]
Jul 13, 2011 (4:57 am)
Check your owners manual, it will show you where the fuse box is, and has the fuses labeled for you.