I have camry 2011 , i pulled the battery finger to clean it up , but after that i saw the car race goes down and its like the car want to off . any one knows the problem and how to fix it ?

Asked by Aug 01, 2016 at 11:45 AM about the 2011 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

9 Answers

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"Battery Finger"? May I assume you mean a Battery Cable/Connection? When you DC the battery on many of our modern cars.....you erase some critical Memory in the vehicles main computer. Now you need to Reset these memories. Might require a tow to a repair facility for this procedure. Try a Google search for a manual reset procedure for your make model year. You might also try this. Start the vehicle up and turn on the AC. Let her Idle for a few minutes. Put the parking brake on and put here in DRIVE......and sit there and let here Idle for a few minutes. Then....take it for a good road test ...say...about 5 miles. Get back to us with results.

Yah i mean the battery cable , ok i will try to search in google to see if i can find a manual reset procedure , or am gana go to Toyota company to see , ty u v m for your respond .

2,540

Sounds like a good plan. Good Lick.

105,465

I have one of these in my tool box, see pic. Has saved me some problems I know.

1,410

Indeed a great tool.....as long as you have a Cigar Lighter that is "HOT" at all times...that is....... when the ignition is shut off. I use a jumper box with extra long 12 gauge wires attached. I clip them securely to the Battery Cables before disconnecting the same. Keeps me from doing a whole bunch of resets.

105,465

I just ordered a new one that plugs directly into the OBD2 port and uses either a jumper battery or a jump box, much longer battery life so now no worries if it takes a little longer for repairs.

1,410

Ah....yes.....heard about those. Got to get one and try it out. Thanks for the reminder.

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2,540

Athelan...did you have any success with the issue on this vehicle?

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