A question was asked, I provided an answer. I have previously found out from the source what can be done.
I have more important things to do than provide an academic answer with sources. If I did that every time I provided an answer to technical questions I would be here and on other forums forever.
If you want to take answers from 'yahoo answers' then good luck to you. Personally I will use what I have learnt through engineering and from the technical information obtained from the manufacturer. I would strongly discourage the method advised in that link for a few reasons (it is rarely a good idea to leave jumper cables connected for longer than absolutely required).
If the method is to charge the dead battery - then buy a battery charger - do not use jumper cables to do it. There are risks to the electrical system in having batteries in parallel with significantly different voltages for too long, heat issues and voltage fluctuations. For a short period to simply start the car, this is not an issue.
There are even more complications if the other vehicle uses an AGM (absorbed glass mat) battery like the camry does. They do not charge well from a low level of charge with a large influx of current and you may damage the battery - many motorcycle batteries have been destroyed through this.
Quite simply - if toyota thought it was an issue in this day and age - it would be highlighted in the manual specific to this car
. A camry hyrbid is not a prius - thus it is not appropriate to take stuff out of the prius manual and apply it to the camry.
- If you want evidence go and look for it yourself. I have done the research before and obtained an answer - I don't intend repeating the process.I am comfortable with the answer I have given and have personally jump started cars from my hybrid.
If you don't like my answer, then so be it. This has been discussed in detail previously.