Last post on Feb 23, 2013 at 9:22 PM
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Toyota Camry, Security System, Sedan
#114 of 120 Re: 2006 Toyota Camry Keyless Entry Problems [kakee]
Jun 07, 2012 (7:40 pm)
I have similar problem past few days. Did you fix "computer"?
This computer only controls door opening or it also controls other functions?
#115 of 120 Re: 2006 Toyota Camry Keyless Entry Problems [beach7]
Jun 08, 2012 (8:33 am)
I opted not to replace the computer as it was going to be $600-$800. I believe the computer controls all the other computerized functions of the car, too. My concern is that all the computers were manufactured in the same place and I didn't want to replace it with another potentially bad computer. So far the keyless entry is the only thing affected. For the amount it was going to cost, I can just put the key in the key hole to unlock it. My hope is that the computers will be recalled at some point and I can get it fixed for free. (Probably just wishful thinking there, though.)
#116 of 120 Re: 2006 Toyota Camry Keyless Entry Problems [kakee]
Aug 09, 2012 (4:54 pm)
I have the same problem! No help from dealers. Solution, I won't buy toyota anymore ! Daughter has the car now, and I bought a Honda. . . no problems
Thanks for the help Toyota Dealers. And I tell all of my friends about how Toyota will not help with the problem. Recall !
#117 of 120 Re: 2006 Camry keyless entry broke [bigrob2010]
Oct 02, 2012 (1:38 pm)
I realized this message is 2 years old, but by chance that you see this, did you ever find a fix? I am in a similar situation.
#118 of 120 Re: 2006 Toyota Camry Keyless Entry Problems [kakee]
Oct 02, 2012 (1:52 pm)
Good call NOT replacing the computer, could have been a waste anyway.
Apx 6 weeks ago, we purchased a 2006 Camry. We were told to schedule a time to come in because the remotes weren't programmed yet. Sounded funny, but ok. I scheduled and came in the next week. The remotes worked for a few hours, then stopped. I took it back the next week. Again, programmed, worked, quit the same day. After this, the dealership has replaced batteries in the remotes, the actual remotes, the computer twice, and the transmitter (sends signal from the computer to the remote) twice. Keyless entry is still not working. Luckily, all of this has been covered under warranty since it was a new purchase. The dealership is baffled and scratching their heads and we are considering negotiating about returning the vehicle as we're scared as to what other problems are looming that we can't yet see. The car has been in the dealerships possession the last 15 days while they keep trying to figure it out. They said it isn't a wiring problem either.
I guess it's good to hear you haven't seen any additional problems with yours.
#119 of 120 Can everyday person program '09 Camry key
Nov 16, 2012 (1:52 pm)
I find all kinds of instructions on how to program an ignition key/auto door open for 09 camry but can't make it work. Must I go to dealer/auto locksmith to have it done?
#120 of 120 CAmry turnout a bad investment
Feb 23, 2013 (9:22 pm)
I have the same problem with 06 Camry LE, the keyless doesn't work and Dealer in Cerritos ask for 1,000 dolares to replace the "mainboard". They said no "garanties" the new computer will last. This car turn out to be a very bad investment. I want to sell it but with this remote not working will be a lost.
I'll never buy a Toyota again.