My 07 hybrid wont start after i replaced the bad module

Asked by Nov 02, 2016 at 10:55 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an 07 toyota camry hybrid... I had check
engine light for bad module in battery block 7... I
replaced it with a new one n put eveything Back
and get no start on my car... I put computer and it
does not throw me any code...only says on dash
check hybrid system... Everything else works bt no
start to car... Please help...thankss..

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My guess is you will need to check this vehicle out with the Factory Toyota Scan Tool. You might need a trip to the Toyota Dealership. Try DC the 12 volt battery for about 2 min. re-attach and see if she will start.

Yea they want me to tow the car aetc to them... And. Ok i will check that out.. And let you know. Thanks.

1,120

Sounds like a plan.

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