Battery drain

Asked by Jan 11, 2017 at 06:32 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm getting a battery drain  and a
slight humming  when I shut car
off but can't pinpoint it but it stops
when I pull the efi main fuse so
how can I fix this problem

3 Answers

98,565

Sounds like a stuck fuel relay, so,strikes you can find the culprit by lightly tapping on the relays one at a time or just replace them. Most parts stores will stock these.

50,845

It would be handy if you could locate what exactly is humming.

1,930

Suggestion....find your largest Screwdriver. Plug the HANDLE end into your ear and use it as a stethoscope. Let her hummmmm.....and start touching various ares of the vehicle with the blade end of this "scope"....You should have relays under hood....under dash....left and right side kick panels...and maybe behind glove box. Get back with results.

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