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#46 of 85 Re: Replacing Dome light on 99 Camry [haefr]
Oct 31, 2006 (9:28 pm)
Any answers to this question? The owner's manual does not have this information. Neither does toyotaownersonline.com. They only talk of external lights and brake lights.
#47 of 85 1996 Camry Fuse
Nov 05, 2006 (9:18 pm)
I turned on my car the other day an now my radio, clock, dome light and trunk light do not work. My car run fine other than these problems. Does anyone have any idea what is wrong and can I fix it myself? People keep telling me it's the fuse, but I do not know how to find that. Is it easy to change?
#48 of 85 Armrests bulging on 1999 Camry
Nov 06, 2006 (6:58 am)
The driver and front passenger door armrests on our 1999 Camry LE are bulging out, causing a gap around the window/lock switch plates. It seems that the foam core has separated from the hard plastic spine in the armrest, and a gap has resulted. I've looked at other '99's and have seen similar problems.
Is anyone aware of a fix for this? (Everything still works fine; its a cosmetic problem but one that really detracts from the look of the interior)
(This was originally posted in 2005 by but had no responses --- I have the same problem and am looking for a solution.)
#49 of 85 Re: 1995 Camry Dash Illumination [jdunkins]
Nov 16, 2006 (12:28 am)
Hello. Realize this is a little out of time, but- read you message and wondered whether you might know this. The clock, cigarette lighter and radio simultaneously went out in my car. I'm trying to find the fuse box to test the fuse for this. The 95 camry manual says the fuse is in the driver side kick plate fuse box. I looked- found a single fuse and plenty of wires plugged in to a grid. Did you happen to find the fuse you were looking for- if so, was it the kick plate box? I'm still trying to locate the fuse. Feeling sort of dumb, but thanks if you have an idea.
#50 of 85 Re: Armrests bulging on 1999 Camry [lrac]
Nov 16, 2006 (7:20 am)
I would say the only solution is replacement. Obviously, a new one is going to be costly. You could try salvage yards, but finding a good part and in a matching color could be difficult. Plus salvage yards these days seem to be geared to servicing body shops and insurance companies -- the days of pulling your own parts seem numbered. And to top it off, the yard may not allow you to pull off only the armrest; they may want to sell the entire interior door panel.
#51 of 85 Re: Replacing Dome light on 99 Camry [sidiggie]
Nov 16, 2006 (1:11 pm)
I have the exact same problem. I keep forgetting to ask the dealer to take it off when I go in. They have done this type of thing before for me in the past. I'll try to remember the next time.
#52 of 85 Speaker Replacement - 1995 Camry
Nov 29, 2006 (5:22 am)
1995 Camry - do any of the repair manuals show how to replace the speakers in the front seat doors? I'll buy the manual if someone can point me to it. Thanks.
#53 of 85 2005 Camry SE Sunroof
Nov 29, 2006 (11:13 am)
The sunroof on my 2005 Camry SE V6 does not open fully. I'm not sure if this is by design or if there is something wrong with it. When the button is pressed to open it, it retracts maybe 80% and then stops along with the sunroof cover. The cover can go back into the roof completely, but the glass does not retract completely into the roof. Is this normal? I have recently acquired this car so I am unsure of how it operates. It may be in the owners manual however I do not have access to it right now.
#54 of 85 Re: 2005 Camry SE Sunroof [jeffjeff]
Nov 29, 2006 (11:19 am)
This is normal -- the glass doesn't open all the way. (I have an '04 LE with sunroof.)
As an aside, if you ever have to disconnect or replace the battery (or the "Power No. 1" fuse in the lower left dashboard), follow EXACTLY the procedure for "initializing" the sunroof in your owner's manual once the battery or fuse is reinstalled.
Ask me how I know this!
#55 of 85 Re: 2005 Camry SE Sunroof [210delray]
Nov 29, 2006 (12:27 pm)
Thanks for the information 210delray.