My battery light is on in my 2007 toyota camry le, the battery is good, alternator is good and no fuses are blown, car starts on it's own, what could the issue be and how do I fix it? Thank you Michae

Asked by Aug 01, 2016 at 01:54 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Is the CEL(Check Engine Light) ON when the engine is running? Sounds like we need to do some diagnosis of the Charging System. Minimally...we would need a Digital Volt Ohm Meter and some electrical skills. Also...there might be a Toyota Service Bulletin concerning this issue. That Battery Light might be Computer Controlled. Let's search the internet by Googleing 2007 Toyota Camry battery Light ON.

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Ok...looks like there is a 7.5 amp Alt. Fuse you might want to check. Should be in one of those fuse/relay boxes under the hood. The charging system on this vehicle IS Computer controlled. You might consider finding a Parts Store near by who will test your charging system for FREE. Does the warning light glow or ficker? Might also be a bad DIODE in the Alt.

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