The dealer was informed about the failure and stated that they had to diagnose the failure. The mechanic had to go in the trunk and open the door manually. Also make sure you are using a master key only. The vehicle was not repaired. I was told they have to take the trunk apart to get access to repair the part. The contact stated that the trunk strut failed to keep the trunk open due to it being fractured.
The contact attempted to start the vehicle using the keyless entry and noticed that the vehicle would not start. The dealer advised the contact that the failure occurred due to a defective actuator. The contact had to open the front doors to unlock the vehicle and had to manually lock the rear doors before exiting. Aug 11, 2014 2014 Toyota Camry problems and complaints, up-to-date recall information and reviews. Nov 25, 2012 Rather than deal with trying to get in the cramped side fender space via the trunk to tighten the cable, I just I unscrewed and took off the latch to the fill door after opening the latch by accessing it through the trunk.
Vehicle was purchased on 20000601. If the car were hit in the side that worked, I would be unable to get her out of the car, without pulling her through the front seat. This is bad enough, but when it fails the emergency trunk release that is located in the trunk no longer functions either. Since I have small children, I am really concerned. The Approximate Failure Mileage Was 44,000. This Is Bad Enough, But When It Fails The Emergency Trunk Release That Is Located In The Trunk No Longer Functions Either.
The contact stated that within two weeks, the drivers side door, both rear driver and passengers side door locks failed. The Vehicle Came Equipped With A Key That Will Not Open The Trunk. The Trunk Can Still Open With The Automatic Key Pad. I do also agree that it could pose a safety problem as sometimes the door won't unlock at all without having to force it and depending on where you are in a pond or ditch filled with water this could be very dangerous!! Vehicle was using Cruise Control. The left rear was first to fail at ~100k miles, the driver handle failed last at 139k miles. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
There are many complaints online from other 2005 Toyota Camry owners that describe this same failure. Vehicle was purchased on 20960701. The contact stated that in hot weather the power door lock button inside would only open the driver side door and not the other doors. The dealer stated it was a coincidence that the door locks stopped working after the recall was performed on the power window unit. Vehicle was using Cruise Control. This is potentially dangerous in case of emergency. Use lots of wd40 or penetrating fluids and repeat.
Back driver's side door in locked position and does not open at all. The approximate failure mileage was 111,000. As a result, should I need to quickly egress the vehicle in an emergency such as a fire or otherwise I will not be able to do so. This Has Not Been Repaired Yet. In addition, having to open the door by grasping the metal part and then sticking my hand underneath, can injure my hand.
Regardless Of This Feature, The Trunk Should Be Able To Be Opened From The Inside To Prevent Possible Death To Small Children. The failure mileage was 5 and current mileage was 4,500. Vehicle was using Cruise Control. Our cost - approximately 3 hours of our time! The door lock on driver side would not work when pressing the remote or pressing the power door lock button on driver door. The Contact Feels That If The Trunk Is Locked With A Key, It Should Only Be Able To Open With A Key And Not The Key Pad. Posted on May 03, 2010 After a year of looking on-line for info on how to unlock the trunk of my 1994 Toyota Camry trunk, we finally figured it out today.
The approximate failure mileage was 15,000. Application Summary - 2000 : Toyota Camry 2001-92. The Dealer Was Notified And Stated That The Sun Visor Needed To Be Replaced. This will require taking out the back seat or if you are lucky just folding it down. The contact attempted to unlock the doors using the key fob from the exterior of the vehicle, but the doors would not unlock.
I can't give exact details, but you should see a manual release for the fuel door. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. The vehicle was not repaired. The Trunk Was Opened And Came Down Forcefully On The Owners Head And Back, Causing Injury. The failure mileage was 36,361. Vehicle was using Cruise Control.
You may have to give the light fixture a tug. The failure mileage was unknown and the current mileage was approximately 105,000. I recommend bringing the vehicle to a repair shop. The contact stated that both rear doors did not lock or unlock automatically. The failure and current mileages were 25,000.