Car cannot start

Asked by Dec 23, 2015 at 12:37 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an Camry LE 2006. When I turn on the ignition, nothing happened, no light, no any noise, no indicator. The remote entry key is also dead. I try to turn on the light on the car's ceiling manually. It also can not be turned on.

The battery is new. The car's ODO is about 200,000 miles. After waiting for about half hour, the car can be started normally. This has happened twice in the past two days. What is wrong with my car ? Thank you .....

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Might be a bad ground.

How can I fix it ? Thank you

Does this problem occur mostly when it's cold out? If YES....check out Toyota Service Bulletin...TSB-0177-09....and....NHTSA Ref. 10032712. Get back to us with result.

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Seems the above SB indicate a bad relay and possibly a wiring harnessissue. Try this the next time the problem occurs. With someone in the vehicle with the key in the CRANK position....Tap...Tap.....with a screwdriver on each RELAY located in those under hood Fuse/Relay Centers. Good Luck.

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