I'm having a very similar problem on my '96 Camry. Everything worked fine on Sat. ; I cranked up Monday, and all of a sudden had no power windows or locks. According to the owners manual, the fuse is a 30 Amp Type "C". Parts houses like Auto Zone carry around 20 misc. fuses for the 96, but unfortunately, not that particular one, so tomorrow morning, Im off to the dreaded dealer.
According to the owners guide, that fuse is located behind the coin holder on the lower left instrument panel on the driver's side, and, at least in print, looks easily accessible. however, you have to remove the lower instrument panel as well to access this fuse, which is number "34".
With any luck at all, this problem will be just a blown fuse, due to the original fuse's metal fatigue. a little. I'll report back hopefully tomorrow.
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle, you can make copies of the right sections :)
The fourth fuse in the interior fuse panel controls the power windows and locks on 2000-2001 Grand Prix. 25 amp silver fuse.
The fuse box for the window and locks is behind the coin holder. It's kinda hidden behind the air conditioner tubing. Hope this helps!!!!
Check the fuses.
There are many features of the 2006 Toyota Camry. For example, adjustable seats, tachometer, clock, cruise control, power door locks, tilt adjustable steering wheel.
It can be your battery, when it doesn't have enough power the computer will not allow you to use power stuff. It can be also one of the relays which are responsible for stuff like power locks, power windows and so on.
It's the name for the top-of-the-line interior package that Toyota has. Power windows, locks, etc.
change the battery ahole
The bcm that controls power windows, locks and doors is located on the driverside floor.
Maybe you should get your car serviced... and is there chewing gum in there?
Answeryes. remove the fuse in the fuseblock under the dash maked "door".There are different configurations for the power locks. The procedure for setting them is in the owners manual. If you don't have a copy you can down load one at:http://manualspace.com/2002-camry-owners-manual.htm
the trim piece that covers the inside of the door pillar must be removed. once removed you will find a electrical connector that will release the wires for the whole door, then unbolt hinges and remove