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92 toyota camry v6 do they have 2 heads or just 2 cams

It is a 1992 toyota camry v6 that the repair shop says has a blown head gasket and they are also saying it has 2 heads but im pretty sure its just 2 cam shafts

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The answer is in your question. If it's a "V6" there are two heads. If it's an inline 6 cylinder, there is one head with potentially two cams.

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That is possible if it is not dual overhead cam if it is single overhead cam that would be right.

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