I have a 2011 Toyota Camry
XLE w/3.5 liter engine
, 25k miles, keyless ignition. No wrecks or repairs other than regular scheduled maintenance. All fluid levels are good, fuel cap is tight.
A few days back I parked the vehicle in the garage and turned it off. The dash lights and parking lights remained on for a couple of hours; then until the battery was drained. The next morning I charged the battery and noticed the dash lights were on, along with the check engine and battery lights. (I had turned the light switch to off instead of auto) Then I brought the key fob into proximity and it was recognized. The dash, check engine and battery light remained on. I depressed the brake
pedal, the starter
button turned green. I pushed the starter button, the starter/engine never turned over. Read through the owner’s manual & couldn’t find a solution.
Called a dealership service department & they said it was possibly the battery. I replaced the 4 year old factory battery with a new higher amp one. Same results.
Current situation is; battery is charged, dash lights remain on. Check engine and battery lights are on. Starter button turns green in starting sequence, but will not turn the engine over. I’ve tried holding the button down for 20+ seconds, no difference…no start.
Any suggestions other than having it transported to the dealer?