All my lights on my 2007 toyata camry are dashing across my dashboard and they want go off and all this started when someone hot wired my window to get it back up

Asked by Nov 15, 2013 at 12:38 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Did they just run a 12 volt jumper to get it up? Or did they put a hot wire to it perminantly? If they ran a wire that's not supposed to be there, I would simply unhook it and not touch my window until it is fixed properly. If all they did was jumper 12 volts to it for a few seconds to get the window up, it shouldn't have done anything to the dash lights. The only time I've ever seen all the dash lights come on is when I tried to jump start a completely dead battery by using the 50 amp engine start. But that was on a Chevy.

Not permanently he just hook a wire to it and took it off after the window let up...but now my door light want go off its telling me that the door is still open which its not and all the lights are still flashing

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Take off your negative wire to the battery and let is sit for 10 minutes or so. See if that will make the car go back to normal. I've seen a lot of messed up stuff, but never have I seen all the dash lights come on. Especially on a Toyota! Hopefully one of the Toyota mechanic guys will chime in on this one.........Good luck!

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