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#25 of 727 Car over heating
Dec 23, 2007 (6:03 pm)
I own a 1995 Toyota Camry 2.2 engine. Recently I gauge inside said the engine was getting hot. I checked my radiator fluid and it was good. I then changed the Thermostat, relay fan switches, Temp sensor and Radiator Coolant sensor and still the gauge is getting hot. I was told there is another relay switch for the radiator but can't seem to place where it goes. I checked and both the fans are working which tells me the fan relay switches are working but I can't seem to figure out what I am missing and why I can't seem to fix the problem. Anybody else have this issue and figured a solution?
#26 of 727 Re: Car over heating [95camry4me]
Dec 24, 2007 (5:40 am)
I'd check to see if the waterpump was pumping. With the engine cold, take off the radiator cap. Turn on the engine and allow it to idle. The thermostat would be closed at this point, and you would have no flow. As the engine warms up, the thermostat should begin to open and you should see the coolant begin to move. The hotter the engine gets, the more the fluid should move.
You might also check to make sure you don't have a lot of crude in your radiator, blocking the coolant flow thru the radiator.
#27 of 727 Light Sensor Module
Dec 27, 2007 (5:33 am)
Looking for a picture and location of a 2001 Toyota Camry light sensor module.
Warning light coming in saying "replace brake light". All brake lights are working. Assuming problem is light sensor module.
Would appreciate any one's help with on-line source for a picture and purchase sight.
#28 of 727 Re: Light Sensor Module [crazynipper]
Dec 28, 2007 (9:19 am)
Not sure how you concluded a replace brake warning light, is a possible problem with a light sensor.
I'd suggest taking it to an autoparts chain, and have them read the error codes for you (or buy your own reader and do it yourself). Let's see if we can get an error code which will point you to the right area.
#29 of 727 camry fuel
Jan 01, 2008 (9:38 pm)
I HAVE A SV22R AND IT IS OVERFUELING IT RUNS AS THOUGH IT HAS GOT THE CHOKE ON BUT NO. IT DOES FLOOD THE CARB. IT SEEMS AS IT IS GOT TO MUCH FUEL PRESSURE BUT DONT KNOW IF IT HAS A REGULATER SENSOR PLEASE HELP
#30 of 727 2000 Toyota Camry XLE v6 service plan
Jan 01, 2008 (4:39 pm)
I just purchased a Toyota Camry xle v6 from a seller.
It has 74k miles on it.
I got it inspected from Pepboys before purchasing it.
It seems the previous owner has not done any 60k servicing to the car.
Can you folks please suggest me what are the things to be done. This is my first car, so i dont have much knowledge about this.
#31 of 727 toyota camry
Jan 02, 2008 (12:14 pm)
1999 camry Le with 150K miles. there is $2000 front end body damage. The rest of the car is of average quality. Does not seem to be any mechanical problems. Still runs, uses 1/2 quart of oil per month. New tires, brakes (1 year ago). Water pump etc replaced at 109K. I guess the options are fix or sell for parts. Trying to decide what to do.
#32 of 727 Re: 2000 Toyota Camry XLE v6 service plan [ghans_12]
Jan 03, 2008 (6:50 am)
Did you get an owner's manual packet? It has the maintenance recommendations in it.
#33 of 727 2003 Camry bumper cover
Jan 04, 2008 (5:47 pm)
Any have info on removal and replacement of a 2003 Camry rear bumper cover. Do I get to the bolts thru the trunk or underneath???? Bad deal. I backed in to the mother in law and bent up the right corner and my wife backed in to the principle at our daughters school for a matching dent on the left.
#34 of 727 Re: 2003 Camry bumper cover [anstine1]
Jan 05, 2008 (5:49 am)
Underneath, but perhaps you should have reverse gear disabled before replacing the cover. Just kidding. At least you have matching dents.