ANY MECHANICS PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS SITUATION. My small car is working fine, but battery wasn't working. Need to do jump start every time i want to go out. I bought a new battery and during install

Asked by Jun 28, 2017 at 07:57 PM about the 2008 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ANY MECHANICS PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS SITUATION. My small car is working fine, but battery wasn't working. Need to do jump start every time i want to go out. I bought a new battery and during installation of the new one, my nephew mistakenly connect the wires oppositely and a spark alerted him of the wrong connection. I quickly intervene and connect it correctly. However, the car starts okay but all other power accessories, power windows, car radio, locking system, lights, radiator fan and horn are not working. I replaced all the fuses but same problem. And also the car starts but goes off again when i remove the battery. please need some expert advice.

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Its a fuse, web search fuse locations or refer to owners manual. Most likely in the fuse panel or power distribution center in engine compartment

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