my camry 2.4 starts in the morning but after a short drive stop than cant turn it on must wait 4 to 5 hours to start again.

Asked by Oct 20, 2017 at 06:36 AM about the 2008 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

camry 2.4 2008

4 Answers

Check your battery cables.

Hi danny, i have tighten both terminal, still the same. Once the car started then no isue. It can bring u where we want but if we switch of than will face this. Some time 1 hour the longest i had is 6 hours. After that 1 time kick engine is on. No idea on this. help me.. Only experience can trouble shoot this.

I think you may need a new wiring harness. My wife's Camry did the same thing. They had the car for almost 2 months trying to figure it out. Also if you have a aftermarket alarm or remote start, that can cause the same issues as well.

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Any warning lights on or flashing when the engine is running? When you have this no start...does it sound like the battery is dead...like...not even a clicking noise?

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