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2011 camry base model

Discussion in 'Other Toyota Vehicles' started by Brandi3, Apr 2, 2017.

  1. Apr 2, 2017 at 6:25 PM
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    i have two problems....
    1. my battery died i needed a jump.got a jump put the cables were switched. put it the right way got charged. NOW car turns on and everything works fine.i go to accelerate,it does not accerlate when i hit the gas pedal.it just cruised back and forth.i can change gears and all but cant accelerate but no fuses are burnt or blown either. I NEED HELP!!!!!
    2. cigarette lighter will not work. the aux jack works, which is next to one of the cigarette llightes. all fuses are working as well, nothing is burnt or blown. I NEED HELP!!!
    thanks
     
  2. Apr 2, 2017 at 6:37 PM
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    I'll add another problem, this is a Tundra forum.

    Now, trying to read your writing, it seems as if you blew a fuse or fried something on the drive by wire throttle.
     
  3. Apr 2, 2017 at 6:41 PM
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  4. Apr 2, 2017 at 6:42 PM
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    so toyota tundra isn't still a toyota? i thought i could still ask about camry seeing that Toyota has made tundras as well..i have a bunch of post on this site where people talked about their camry and got help. i googled my problem and it led me to this site. thanks.
    and as i have stated in the post, no fuses are blown...next ill try to see if something is wrong with the throttle.
    Thanks for giving me an idea about the throttle.
     
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  5. Apr 2, 2017 at 6:43 PM
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    I've heard of this, try disconnecting your battery for a while, honk the horn to make sure all residual charge is dissipated.
     
  6. Apr 2, 2017 at 6:45 PM
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    thanks but no thanks..i just had a question and needed some help. people on this site i see are rude and are no help. geeeezzzz...just needed some help..regardless of what kind of car, if a person knows abour cars then they will give ideas about what it could be. doesnt matter what kind. thanks
     
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    Thanks so much. FINALLY someone with an idea. thanks so much but i have disconnected my battery and left it off for 30 minutes to let the computer reset itself and it still does not work
     
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    Who's being rude? This is a Tundra site and as such most of us have no idea of the particulars of a Camry, even if it is a Toyota. Would you call a vet if you had a toothache?
    We still gave you advice. Toyotas use an electronic throttle. It's controlled by a computer. You may have blown something when you hooked up the battery wrong.
     
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    That's right... chastise us into helping. That usually works, right?

    If you don't see a blown fuse and leaving the battery cable off for 30 minutes doesn't fix your problem, your best bet is to call a shop or Toyota service at the dealer. Good luck
     
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    You posted a question in broken English about a random vehicle and then give attitude to someone who is an electronics technician by trade who was actually trying to help you. I'm done. Good luck.
     
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    Have you checked all fuse boxes? Check for the throttle fuse to see if its burned out.

    Also, if you find a wiring diagram, check the fuses closest to the battery first.
     
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    Hey Brandi,

    This forum might help you out more.

    http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/15-camry-solara-forum/#/forums/15

    When the battery cables are put on wrong, I have heard of ECMs getting fried. That can get very spendy. In fact, I never jump anyone. If a battery dies, I get a tow.

    http://www.autogenius.info/toyota-camry-2010-fuse-box-diagram/

    Remember there is two fuse boxes. One under the instrument cluster and one under the hood.

    Good luck. Sorry we were not much help.
     
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    Ahhhahahahaha
     
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    You're so helpful, spanky!
     
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    All that's missing is @thumper7799 before this thread gets completely taken over :bananadance:
     
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    Are you getting a check engine light? The car shouldn't go into limp mode without throwing a code. Time to bust out the code reader if the fuses are ok.

    Also, you may get a generic P0101 code or something similar about the ECU or ECM or something. Might be a master code when another issue is present.
     
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    I just sent that to my wife. It may have worked! You're a flippen rockstar Gino!

    See you guys in 29 seconds.
     
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    29 seconds? Teach me your ways!
     
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    Oh no it isn't.

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    Getting cold cocked tonight I see?

    Like your breasts creamy huh?
     
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