battery related

Asked by Nov 29, 2016 at 05:10 AM about the 2000 Toyota Camry Solara

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was working on the car( i m not a mechenic). i loosened the positive
battery post, it was not removed, after that whenever i would hit or touch
the positive terminal wires the car would blink (not the head lights but
others) and would try to start by itself, same way like we turn the ignition
key on, the key was not in the ignition either. it would crank for about same
amount of time as we try on a stalled car, and then would stop. it happened
about 5-6 times. finally i disconnected the battery, and i will look at it
tommorrow morning. if any one knows what could be the problem.

3 Answers

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Remove the positive cable for 20 mins and reinstall...

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thanks for your time to answer. if it corrects the problem i will let you guys know tommorow, the positive cable has been disconnected since yesterday late evening. i am charging the battery now. thanks a bunch again.

for now it worked. late from work. gotago. thanks a lot

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