car wont start

Asked by Paul Aug 12, 2019 at 08:58 AM about the 2015 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car was starting funny.so i popped the hood and the battery had alot of
corrosion on postive battery terminal.so i cleaned it and it was fine.now a
week later it wont start at all.starter doesnt make any noise when i try to start
it and interior lights all come on.could it be the battery?

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Alternatively, use a voltmeter to test your battery first. If it has 12V then try bypassing the starter. If it turns over, then the problem is your starter solenoid. If you have 3year or older battery, you might have a combination of problems which include the alternator and battery failure.

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