2007 toyota camry xle

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Asked by taz2483 Nov 10, 2013 at 07:16 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We have a 2007 toyota camry xle that we are having problems with. We were told that
it was the alternator and the battery bc the car would not start, all of the the warning
lights on the dash come on, and the headlights would not work so we had the
alternator replaced, alternator belt replaced, as well as the battery replaced. Now the
car starts up just fine but all of the warning lights still stay on, and the
blinker/headlights still don't want to work. Someone please help!!!

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Check the fuses to your headlights and blinkers. If those are ok, then go to the relays.

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We took it to the toyota dealership considering that after 4 trips to sears as well as having the alternator, alternator belt, and battery replaced by sears which still did not fix the problem which is what they said was the problem only to find out that it was the relay the whole time.

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It's called a charge lamp relay

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