Question about Toyota Camry
Check to make sure that the fan comes in at the required engine temp.... just under the half way mark on the guage.... If your loosing coolant through the expansion tank or the cap, replace the cap.... If you're having a problem with the pump, you'll be able to see the coolant leakage from the front of the engine.... Replace the thermostat only with genuine Toyota parts....same for the radiator cap..... too many bad pirates making parts these days.....
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
Had a similar problem with my camry wagon, was going through thermostats every 6 months... dunno why. Best way to figure it out is just to buy a new thermostat and replace that first. It's really easy to do, and a new thermo will only run ya about 20 bucks.
best of luck.
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