my 2009 toyota camry le sometimes when i get in it and put key in the ignition and turn it nothing happens no ding ding no lights sometimes when you pop the hood everything starts to work

Asked by Dec 20, 2015 at 10:12 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when i get in my car and put in the key and turn it no ding no lights no power
sometimes when i pop the hood everything works sometimes i shake the fuse
box under the hood and everything starts to work sometimes when im driving
the car cuts off or the radio lose power flick on and off lights flicker can
someone help me with this problem 2009 toyota camry le

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Sounds like you have a loose electrical connection. Find that an your issues should go away.

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Do you have any AFTERMARKET equipment/accessories installed?

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No it does not have any Aftermarket parts on it.

I would be inclined to have the computer scanned with a Scan Tool. Auto Zone should scan your vehicle for free. I would then ....with the engine running....pop the hood carefully and slowly...then start a "tug test" of the under hood wiring. We also need to see if there is any Service Bulletins and /or Recalls on this vehicle.

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Tigrett...did you ever resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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