When dimming the radio one lost the ability to read the gauges. I thought the Alternator would supply all the required juice as long as the motor was running. Plus Tom Tom in and no problem. Googling for a pinout or wiring diagram hasn't turned up any results yet. A couple of questions with regard to this issue 1. One day while driving all my dashboard gauges went crazy. Power windows only function from master switch.
I found it by noticing that when I replaced the fuse and left it in Park, it did not blow the fuse. Reverse lights are essential for warning others when you're backing up. Find the exact style you want, because car gauge clusters come in every style thinkable. I don't have a meter to confirm or deny this and I don't want to test it by just letting it run and seeing if it dies. Toyota should be ashamed of their shoddy workmanship and quality control.
The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer for inspection on four separate occasions for the identical failures. What did I do wrong? Some Toyotas have multiple interior fuse boxes including in the trunk - the video above will show you where the interior fuse box of your 1997 Camry is located. The failure mileage was 143,000. The contact also stated that the abs and the brake warning lights illuminated. This is just a guess on my part as the conditions aren't fully known.
I then raced to the battery with a wrench and disconnected the positive terminal wire. This article applies to the 4th Generation Toyota Camry 1997-2001. You'll know it's secure when you hear it snap into place. Toyota Camry gauges and clusters are painstakingly tested to display reliable reports. If you do you may find that you burn up wires where you don't want them burned up or worse you burn up an expensive control unit. The consumer stated the speedometer and odometer would act erratic.
Instrument cluster light bulbs, as with any other light bulb, will eventually burn out for good. If it does turn, then the speedometer is bad. The vehicle was not repaired or diagnosed. The temperature gauge went to zero, then registered current engine temperature, and went to zero again for several minutes. What could be the issue and what could have caused it all of a sudden? The contact stated that the brake and the abs warning lights illuminated intermittently. When driving on the interstate or on side roads all my instrument panel icons will light up, then start going out one by one with the check engine light going out.
I finally got tired of taking it in--so the car's been a pain in the you know what as the lights go all over the place. The vehicle was taken to a private mechanic where the failure was unable to be determined. I took my car in to my mechanic, but he couldn't find the issue and told me to take it to the dealership. The battery Interstate was barely 15 months old. Reverse lights are essential for warning others when you're backing up.
Is it something easy to repair and which kind of mechanic should I refer this problem to? Should I refer the case to another repair shop. The contact turned off the engine for approximately 30 seconds and the vehicle was able to be restarted. I parked and noticed my dome lights were dim and knew my bat was dying. Thanks, TimK I guess I just joined the unfortunate crew of folks who have had their instrument gauges go dead. Consumer would like to know if a safety problem was involved in this incident also what part was replaced and if it was new or used part. No tach, no speed, no fuel, no temp. The dealer replaced the cpu on the computer and the vehicle operated normally for approximately one week.
If checking and replacing the fuse for the component in question doesn't work, we recommend seeking assistance from a trusted professional mechanic. The instrument cluster on my 2002 Toyota Camry went dead. When he drove over a bump the noise was more frequent. Different vehicles have different gauges, and some instrument panels are much more complicated than others. This article applies to the Toyota Camry. I am going to unplug that, but I would think that the 12 volt would have zero problem with this. He also noticed that the brake system was not functioning properly after the recall repair was performed.