Car still not starting sometimes

Asked by Naomi Apr 03, 2020 at 08:31 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So we got this car recently and it’s been having
trouble since we got it a month ago.. first we got a
brand new battery, then the place replaced some
sensors, then they redid the timing system and it’s
STILL cutting off when we go anywhere.. but will
cut on with a jump. Any suggestions?

1 Answer

See a battery doctor. Have them inspect your alternator and battery. They should run a load test to see if the alternator is fine and properly charging the battery. If alternator is faulty, not enough to charge the battery, sooner or later, when battery drains you will not able to start your camry. CNP

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