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My 1994 toyota camry gets hot

When i'm driving its ok i can drive to work but if i stop in drive it gets hot like its going to over heat. what could be the problems? please help..

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  • becausican80 Feb 07, 2009

    If the A/C is on it works fine car doesn't seem to get real hot, but if the A/C is off it gets hot could it be the temputure sensor that's not making the fan come on like it should??

  • becausican80 Feb 08, 2009

    is it the fan relay that you are talking about or the sensor on the botom of the radiator? And if it's the fan relay which one operates it? I have 3 fan relays. Thanks for your help..

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Hi when it cools down when driving then heets up when at a stop.it sounds like you are low on engine coolant.either you have a leak or a bad head gasket.causing you to loose coolant

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

  • Raymond l Vincent Jr
    Raymond l Vincent Jr Feb 07, 2009

    hi yes the temp sensor could cause the problem.and your check engine light would also be on. it may be a bad relay it may have a sepret relay for the heat i will look into the relays for you.

  • Raymond l Vincent Jr
    Raymond l Vincent Jr Feb 12, 2009

    hi if it was the sensor your check engine light would be on .is it on?

    i cant find the info for witch relay it is.your owners manual or the fuse box cover should say. if you need any more info just ask be glad to help

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