2014 Toyota Camry

Asked by Oct 02, 2018 at 06:42 PM about the 2014 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: General

My daughter's 2014 Toyota Camry will not start after the
undercarriage has gotten wet even at a car wash. After a
day or two it will crank over no problem

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Water & electricity don't mix. You got an electric component wet. As you don't know what's wet, let it dry naturally, SLOWLY. You could help by blowing compressed air around the engine compartment. If there is an exposed ground, you might have also blown a fuse. After it's dried out and doesn't start or run right, that's probably the problem.

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