2007 Toyota Camry Se

Asked by May 03, 2017 at 10:00 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2007 Toyota Camry Se I went to the drive in
with my friends and my battery had died I let my
friend jump it and when he put the cables on the
battery sparked then he switched the cables and it
started right up but when we left when I pushed
down on the gas it wouldn't rev the car had just
idles between 1000-2000 rpms went and replaced
the fuses that were blown and the battery ( needed
a new one) but now my car won't even attempt to
turn over does any one know what the problem
could be?

4 Answers

1,930

"Won't Turn Over"? Does that mean the battery sounds dead again...like....you turn the key to start and ...nothing...no click? OR....she cranks over like a champ...but...will not Fire Up...Start?

Like the battery is dead but it shouldn't be it's a brand new battery

1,930

Use a digital volt meter to recheck the 100 amp ALT fuse under the hood. There should be 12 volts DC on both sides of that fuse.

1,930

Dillon....did you ever resolve the issue with is vehicle?

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