Car doesn't start 94 Toyota Camry v6 LE

Asked by Aug 16, 2017 at 11:23 AM about the 1993 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I accidently accidentally left my hazards on one
night and the next morning the car didnt start or
lights didn't work. So we charged the battery it and
still nothing we checked all 3 fuse boxes the one
inside the car does not get any power what so ever
but the 2 under the hood do. The  front lights work
and hazards and blinkers but no power to the
dashboard. We tried to jump it that doesn't
anything. The brake lights or back lights do not
come on either. When I go to turn it on nothing
happens no sounds nothing. I'm not sure what it
could be the car turned on fine before all I had to
do was hold the gas a little and brake to have it
turn on with out dying in park. The car has a idling
issue. It dies if it goes below 500 rpm.

2 Answers

Check the charging with a reputable part store like autozone, advance auto part. The service is free maybe the alternator is working properly or there is a dead cell in the battery.

@atoehun88 the battery holds a full charge there is no loss there.

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