91 camry 4 cyl auto

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Old 22 Dec 2006, 04:05 pm   #1 (permalink)
Seamus J. Wilson
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Default 91 camry 4 cyl auto

Vehicle had been running very well. Wife went to market and could not start
engine. Went to scene and the there is no power anywhere, no lights, no
radio. Battery shows 12.7 volts and does not vary when the key is enabled.
How are the fuses mounted adjacent to the + battery terminal removed. Are
they just yanked up?
I presume there is no fuse to the starter.
Help appreciated.
Thank you,
Seamus J. Wilson


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Old 22 Dec 2006, 04:33 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Seamus J. Wilson wrote:

> Vehicle had been running very well. Wife went to market and could not start
> engine. Went to scene and the there is no power anywhere, no lights, no
> radio. Battery shows 12.7 volts and does not vary when the key is enabled.
> How are the fuses mounted adjacent to the + battery terminal removed. Are
> they just yanked up?
> I presume there is no fuse to the starter.
> Help appreciated.
> Thank you,
> Seamus J. Wilson
>
>


Check for a broken battery ground strap.
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Old 22 Dec 2006, 04:39 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you for the advice.
Best,
Seamus J.
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> Seamus J. Wilson wrote:
>
>> Vehicle had been running very well. Wife went to market and could not
>> start engine. Went to scene and the there is no power anywhere, no
>> lights, no radio. Battery shows 12.7 volts and does not vary when the
>> key is enabled.
>> How are the fuses mounted adjacent to the + battery terminal removed.
>> Are they just yanked up?
>> I presume there is no fuse to the starter.
>> Help appreciated.
>> Thank you,
>> Seamus J. Wilson

>
> Check for a broken battery ground strap.



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