20 Most Recent 2002 Toyota Camry Solara Questions & Answers

If the seat track mechanism has play, it is possible that it is binding up because it reached the rearward limit of its travel, stalling the motor. You can try having someone <carefully> force the seat forward from behind as you engage the "forward" function of the switch. This may be enough to "unbind" the mechanism- if this is the issue.
Otherwise, it is likely that the forward function of the ower seat switch is no longer working. You could try to spray some electrical contact cleaner into the switch (being careful not to stain the seat upholstery), let it dry and then try the switch again, possibly wiggling it as you push it forward. If this works, it is likely a temporary fix and you should replace the switch to prevent it happening again.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 12, 2017

If you turn car off and remove key from ignition, th? headlights will stay on until you open the driver side door, its part of an auto on headlight system. you can leave your selector light switch on the headlight position or on the daylight lamp relay (DRL) position. and open the driver side door and the lights will go out and not stay on. so it saves running your battery down. That feature is only on SLE trim line on the Solara.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on May 04, 2017

Check your fuses with a test light. if they are good then you may have a shorted circuit board.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 05, 2016

Traction control uses several things to work probably including brakes, wheel speed sensors, etc. If only the Trac off light is on then there is a problem with the traction control system.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 09, 2016

That is brake light failure sensor light your seeing , no relay ! Probably the brake light switch .Go here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagram , check it out ,see if you can make sence of it .

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2016

In my experience, clicking is usually a battery problem. I suggest taking the battery to your local auto parts store and having it tested to determine if it is okay or not.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 20, 2016

Loosen the return line at the rail which goes back to the fuel tank and crank the motor.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 09, 2016

run the fault codes and check for faulty cannister venting solenoid.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 06, 2015

Hi,just food for thought,when you switched the lights on did you check if there is aney power to the lights with ignition on,I thought that then atleast you would know that its not before the lights if there is power there.all the best,hope you get it sorted out.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on May 12, 2015

reach under seat an disconnect the cable an wait for alerts
none ur good
if any then what
quit looking for issues before they happen.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 28, 2014

Found this on the web. not sure if this will help you:

Battery changes (203)
Needed will be a set of leads and a slave battery,
push the red button on the bonnet stay in to open the bonnet to its full
just next to the battery you will find a red cap with a + on it, this is the so call jump point, this is where you would connect your positive lead from the slave battery, on the off side you will find an earth point bolted to the top strut, use this for your earth lead from slave battery, now the car is live, disconnect the positive lead from the battery and tape up fully, this will stop any shorts, where the lead comes thought the plastic, you can lift up the small bit of trim and remove lead right out the way, just be aware that the clips holding this trim are very sharp, then what I do is pull the lead right out the way and tuck it under the brake pipes, hence the tape, disconnect neg lead and battery clamp, replace battery, do not disconnect slave battery until both leads are back onto new battery otherwise damage COULD be caused.
Read more: http://mbworld.org/forums/c-class-w203/115277-list-faults-occur-after-disconnecting-battery-4.html#ixzz3JRFnUjNe

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 18, 2014

there should be a trunk release latch in the car my Camry's release latch is on the floor next to my driver side seat it says trunk right on it along with the release for the gas door thats a picture of a gas pump hope this helps you if its not on the floor there look along the underside of your dash for a button some cars even have them in the glove box although i don't think that applies for an older Toyota like yours

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 14, 2014

it sounds like you have a broken gear in your transmission

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 14, 2014

try to disconnect the battery for about 20 minutes. hook it back up and make sure you have the positive and negative wires on the right terminal. wrong way can short and burn your entire electrical harness. Check the fuses.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 22, 2014

Hi Andrew

Top up the brake fluid level.

2002 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 12, 2014

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