car isnt starting

Asked by Sep 16, 2016 at 06:36 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car will not start acts like dead batt but out
new one in and still nothing and 28th key turn
on it will not shift out of park and is not
showing car is in park on dash cluster

1 Answer


There is a park release button in the shifter. Look on the left corner of your shift panel. Do you see a tiny square panel about the size of a postage stamp? Pry it open with a small screw driver. Once open, there's a shift release button inside. Take your screw driver and push the button. Now your shifter should be free. See if car will start now. Also try to start it in neutral if not starting in park. You may have a bad neutral safety switch. Here's a short video. v=B7k6tNGLO0w

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