my abs/brake light comes on while driving and rpm meter goes crazy D light off/on speedometer quits working and AC goes to warm air, then goes back to norma starts again?????

Asked by Jul 10, 2017 at 09:50 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

15 Answers

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What engine in this Vehicle? Does the transmission shift correctly as you are driving? Does the ODOMETER display the mileage as you are driving?

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Suggest you call up a few auto parts stores and ask if they will scan your computers for trouble codes.

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Do you remember what codes were displayed? Did these various repair places have an opinion on what was causing the issues on this vehicle?

no opinions from auto places,, but dealership found:U0100,U0073,C1241 BATTERY TESTED BAD NEEDS NEW BATTERY AND ZERO POINT CALIBRATION . but I had a battery terminal test it Saturday and battery fine, sad amps im assuming drop little but not much while air is on while car idling,,, one garage said maybe computer going out,,

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Based on the trouble codes and symptoms you cited...my guess you have a bad Skid Control..ABS Control unit. Common problem with this year Camry. Try disconnecting the electrical connector on this unit and clean with Electrical Cleaner. Reattach by firmly pushing connector back in place. If problem temporarily goes away...there is a faulty connection inside that unit. If you Google your make model year...there is info on this issue. Get back to us with updates on this issue.

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thank you I will have my husband try

my husband tried cleaning the part you said the lights and etc, did not come on all day yesterday then started again this morning,

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Ok...well sounds like that ABS Skid Control Computer unit is malfunctioning. You might consider shopping around to various repair facilities for a price and repair. Some folks have had some luck in repairing the faulty circuit board in that computer. Let us know what happens next.

ok, I took my car back to dealership ,, and their saying it is the abs actuator, what is that if I were to shop around for part?

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Sounds like the Unit...Computer I was referring to above. I am afraid this repair will be a Little expensive. You might consider a second opinion from another shop.

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Toyotakiki......did you ever find the fix for this vehicle?

i took it back to the dealership again for free this time and it showed I need a ABS Actuator

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Ok....well sounds like they are confirming what we suspect is correct. Got to replace that part for a final fix. Let us know if indeed that repair solves this issue. Good luck.

Toyotakiki I'm having the same problems with my Toyota that you had with yours about the ABS light and the brake light coming on then air conditioner stopped working you said that they told you to get a ABS actuator I was just checking to see if your car is running fine now after you had that put in because that's what they're telling me I need. Thank you

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Indeed...I too am curious about this issue. Any body out there have any input?

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