Question about 2000 Toyota Camry
Or you have a faulty thermostat. The thermostat may not be allowing the engine to reach operating temperature if stuck open or leaks keeping it in open loop. This will affect fuel milage. If the wiring to the sensor is good replace the thermostat and ensure the coolant level is correct and that ther is no air in the system after servicing.
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Same as Solution #2: The coolant temperature sensor looks like a plug (or butterfly plug) that just screws into the lower portion of the radiator (facing engine bay).
All you need to do is to unplug the electrical wire, loosen the existing one, replace quickly with the new one, this way you don't have to drain your coolant again. But do this when your coolant is not hot to touch.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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