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#453 of 1159 1994 camry LE turn light won't work
Oct 26, 2008 (8:48 pm)
Couple month ago, the left turn lights flashed faster than usual. Then, it didn't work at all. Meanwhile, there is a buzz sound from the left leg position of the driver side. I checked the fuses are OK. I already unplugged the left turn lights, the buzz sound is still there when I turn on the left trun lights. Does this mean I need to replace the relay? I tried to unplug the relay, but it is too tight. Actually, the buzz sound is from a relay. Don't know if the relay problem or something else. By the way, the right turn lights are OK.
Thanks in advance.
#454 of 1159 Re: 1994 camry LE turn light won't work [wanghu]
Oct 26, 2008 (9:15 pm)
Buzz in turn relay.
I see you disconnected the turn light. Did you actually remove the bulb? That is what will make the relay buzz some more. When a bulb burns out, the flasher will starts to go faster. Check the bulbs front and back to see which one is not lighting, then replace the bulb. Since the right side is working, I would compare lights, left against right.
Its easier to do at night or in the shade.
#455 of 1159 Re: 1994 camry LE turn light won't work [rearwheeldrive]
Oct 26, 2008 (9:39 pm)
I removed the left side bulbs in both front and back. But even before I removed them, the relay buzz. Do you suggest I replace all the bulbs first and then replace the relay?
#456 of 1159 92 camry doors will not remain lock
Nov 01, 2008 (5:02 pm)
I have a 92 camry LE automatic 187,000 miles. While driving today all 4 doors unlocked automatically. Pressed the door lock button but it went back to unlock position. Appreciate the help.
#457 of 1159 Re: 1994 camry LE turn light won't work [wanghu]
Nov 02, 2008 (11:31 pm)
Id replace the bulbs that are not working when you compare it to the other side. I just got back to my email to answer your question I hope it is going well.
#458 of 1159 Re: 92 camry doors will not remain lock [susan08]
Nov 02, 2008 (11:37 pm)
Locks not locking.
Try removing the lock relay first then reinstall I have a 93 and could check to see where it is. I think its the one in the engine compartment fuse box. Also there is a black box up under the left rear fender in the trunk I think it is related to your problem because I replaced them when we had some electric problem on Camry's back in the late 90's.I got to search this out first. You cant see it unless the wall cover is removed.
#459 of 1159 01 Camry fan not working properly
Nov 07, 2008 (12:12 pm)
My ac and heater fan on my 01 Camry is not working properly. The only speed it works on is high. It does not turn on for the other 3 selections. I see there are 2 fan fuses in the engine compartment, numbers 38 and 39 which are type B fuses.
Could one of these be the problem or could something else be causing this? Also how would I remove these type B fuses, they don't seem to be the regular pull out.
Thanks for your help
#460 of 1159 1990 Camry - Battery drains overnight...
Dec 12, 2008 (2:37 pm)
i have a relatively new battery.
when left overnight either plugged in or not (i'm in canada with block heaters) my car won't start in the morning.
weird things about my car:
there is power to the radio but no sound
interior lights do not work
headlights come on whether switched on or not (switch does nothing)
power windows and locks (sort of) work
brake lights and signal lights work
rear defrost works
should i just replace all of the fuses? please help.
#461 of 1159 Re: 1990 Camry - Battery drains overnight... [hmyers]
Dec 13, 2008 (1:59 pm)
I think you disconnect battery when parked overnight?
It sounds like the headlight switch is crossing circuits . Since the interior lights dont work and the headlight switch is not working Most cars only have a circuit breaker for the headlights not a fuse. I would disconnect it for left and right headlights. I'll try and find the wire schematic before sounding like I dont know what I talking about
Radios have two fuses one for the light other for the sound.The light is usually connected to the interior lights.
#462 of 1159 Re: 1990 Camry - Battery drains overnight... [rearwheeldrive]
Dec 13, 2008 (3:03 pm)
thanks so much for your reply. it started fine overnight when it wasn't minus 20 degrees celcius!
no, i don't disconnect the battery when parked overnight, it just drains itself in the cold weather even when the block heater is plugged in. (i checked the extension cord that i'm using to plug in the car and it has power).
so i'm thinking, the block heater may not be doing its job, or something left on (i.e. broken interior lights or head lights) are draining the battery overnight.
recently, after having a mandatory immobilizer installed, my dash lights went out too. i'm so frustrated!
any luck finding the wiring schematic for disconnecting the headlights?