Got into my 2005 Toyota Camry yesterday and noticed that all of my stereo presets were erased. No problem. Drove to a bank 11 miles away, no problems getting there, and parked. Came out, got back in, the instrument panel was dead, and the car would not make a sound when I turned the key.
Got out, looked under the hood, messed with the positive battery cable, and my wife said the radio came on. Got into the car and it started fine.
However, since then, each time I stop for too long (more than about 5 seconds) the car stalls. It will start right back up and I can continue on my way, but it does this - at - each - light. Only thing I did to it was wiggle the battery cable where the wires enter the clamp. I’m thinking that cable is somehow bad.
Alternator and battery are less than 6 months old. Starter does not make any strange noises. Am I right?