Toyota Camry 2006

Asked by Mar 22, 2016 at 09:11 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok i have a totoya Camry 2006 so it just gave up on  
me. I took the battery to auto zone to get it
charged and it was good so I put it in and my car
still won't start. The radio and lights work but it
won't start. Do anybody know the problem?

6 Answers

Most likely your alternator took a dive. In any event you can find a used one on ebay for around $50. The same alternator is used on those scion coupes of the same time frame. The part number is 601-60905A. If you are mechanically inclined, your car has an auto tensioner, so get a 2 foot socket bar and 19mm head and pull towards you to release tension and remove belt. Then just remove the bolts on the alternator, etc. Or youtube it, it's really, really easy IF you have worked on a car before.

OK thank you I will look online

Clarification. Does your vehicle CRANK OVER OK...like the battery is good?......or........does this vehicle NOT crank like the battery is dead?

The battery is good its when I try n turn the ignition it doesn't turn just makes a clicking noise

OK...that sounds like a bad battery CONNECTION. Or...a bad STARTER MOTOR. Have someone smack the starter motor with a small hammer while someone else attempts to start the engine. I that does not work ...one would next start the diagnosis with a Digital Volt Meter.

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Jaz....i know its been awhile. Did you ever find a fix for this vehicle?

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