Toyota 2004 Camry did not start

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Asked by Aug 02, 2014 at 05:42 PM about the 2004 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Bought 2004 Camry from a dealer; worked fine so far up to 400 miles; suddenly today the car did not start; cranking sound; what could be the problem here?

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Maybe a faulty fuel pump? Check the fuel pressure. Did you get a warranty?

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thank you Tom. I took it to PepBoys and they tested the Batter and Alternator; when the head light is switched on, the meter had a poor rating just below the green level (say 15% below) ; he said it should be full 100% even if the head light is turned on; by getting short of 15%, Alternator is weak, though it is new; he asked me check with the dealer as it may have a warranty (new). what do you think?

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