toyota camry 2007 won't start, battery is new

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Asked by Nov 26, 2015 at 11:26 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The car won't start, battery is 1 month old

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Check out the alternator. The AAA has a great battery service and will check out your charging system, it's a benefit to their members. Call them.

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Is it cranking over and firing up, or is it just dead and not turning over at all? One scenario can be fuel pump, the other electrical.

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No cranking, just dead

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2 weeks ago it happened for the first time, after I changed my battery 1 week ago I haven't had this problem. Today it happened again, I was able to start the car with a charger.

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Okay, charge up your battery again. If it starts up, go to your local Autozone or parts store and have them test your alternator with the engine running. It should read 14 volts or higher. If less, you will need a new alternator. If you charge the battery and still get a no start, your issue may be your starter motor. If you can get help, hold the key to the ON position like you're starting the car. As you hold the key, have a friend rap the starter motor with a hammer. If the engine suddenly turns over, you have a bad starter and it will need replacement.

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