2001 Toyota Camry ce Dash gauges stop working..slight stall

Asked by Mar 18, 2017 at 01:55 PM about the 2001 Toyota Camry CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car mph rpm gas hot/cold guages and windows
won't go down ..stopped working. Checked the
fuses say all good. I checked my relay fuses under
the hood and i see fan has a little burn mark.I know
a litte something about my car. But not to know if
this has caused stalling no windows and no
gauges. Help me understand.
My mom gave me her car. She always fixed it at
Toyota..too much. I read the books and i have two
mechanics that Don't mind showing what's simple
and whats not. I have no help right now. Please
help me understand what's going on here.

10 Answers

2,020

What Engine and Mileage? When the engine is running do you notice any warning lights on or flashing? Can you get this vehicle to a local parts store? Some will Scan your computers for free?

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Last chance garage, thanks for the info.to answer..Car has stalled.on the way to auto parts store. Toyota 2001 Camry ce 4 cyl . over 106000 my mom was the only owner. after checking relay and fuses yesterday. No warning lights. tried jumping it this morning.but has clicking no noise, the only thing i hear is a click when trying to turn over. Did someone steal a part from my car or is this normal. This is mind blowing. Really

2,020

If you are hearing only a click when attempting a start up.....well...this can be caused by many things. Suggest you check fluid levels before an other restart. Engine oil level .....smell it to make sure there is no gas in the oIL. If you know where the starter motor is located...tap it with a small hammer while someone else attempts a restart. Perhaps the battery terminals need to be cleaned. With out a DC voltmeter and the knowledge to use it.

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2,020

You will have to have this vehicle diagnosed by a repair facility.

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Last chance garage thanks a bunch .you get me. I appreciate your patience. I don't know exactly how to use this site. But i got the email. I been doing everything thing you said except that fluid check new to me but i bren at my fluid out of instincts but don't know....plus i also got ut to a shop. Right now they doin what we did. With no answer. crazy. I will update since i have no clue either. Last car garage, Even crazier..Someone did hit my car last month tho. Never had a problem before that. Never been in a accident either.

2,020

Ok. Let's see what their diagnosis is. If it appears to you they might be unsure of what the root cause of your problems are....suggest they check the .....INTEGRATION RELAY......for moisture and signs of overheating. ,

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Iris...did you ever resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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Oh man did i fix it. Yes. But they didn't know anything for days. Even after i told firestone what the problem most likely was. But in the end it was wires and a fuse. Shifting from N to D after a crank.Who knew. We kinda did. But can you explain this more.

Thanks last_chance_garage. Can i pick your brain in the future about cars. This was very helpful. They bent my hood too as parting gift for knowing too much i guess .

2,020

To bad about the damaged hood. They should make good on the damage they caused. I would need more details on the ultimate fix to comment on same. Good luck.

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