Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
Change water pump, timing belt, ider"s tensioner. new drive belt also. Car still over heats. driming crazy.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first time around it took a couple of days. I admit I have limited tools and equipment; but many years of " shade- tree " experience and formal engineering credentials. It's not rocket science, just time consuming ... if you have patience. GOOD LUCK!
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
94 w/150k? This your call. This vehicle is 15 yrs behind in technology, It's condition mechanically will get progressively worse at a faster rate.In the 70's the life expectancy of the average vehicle was 3-5 yrs, in the 80's,5--7, 90's 10-15 yrs , now 15-25 yrs.. The newer vehiles have better warranties, better fuel mileage,and safety fearures. But, the 94 is paid for, still gets reasonable fuel mileage. What about brakes,tires, transmission issues and overall condition? All need to be considered when looking at 500.00 trade in and 2-00 - $400.00 a month in payments.. This car can also take you another 50 - 70,000 miles. At 10,000 miles a year. That's another 5 - 7 years of service and no payments. Normal maintenance will keep it in dependable condition. I'm not a car salesman and I own a 96 buick and a 2003 silverado. To me, $850 a pop unexpectedly would displease me . I traded in and got 1,000 for a 87 pick up and paid 23,000 for the 03 @ 485.00 per month, Used with 26,000 miles on it.. I had my own business doing well and 485 was hard to swallow. It has 92,000 on it now and haven't had anything serious go wrong that the warranty didn't cover. No major repairs. I think Chev and hondas are the two best if all. Stay away from Fords and dodge. Look over this site and see which ones you see the most of with nuisance problems and a few matorhunt and pecks the dealers that sell them can't help fix. Anyway, Spending more for repairs is your call as is the replacement. Good Luck.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
If I am not mistaken you have to change out the timing belt also when changing it cause it runs off the timing belt. So you will have to pull the front side of the motor down. Big job did one on a accura
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
check your antifreeze mix, this is a common problem when your antifreeze mix is too much antifreeze and not enough water. 50/50 mix to 55/45 mix is ideal for most applications. too much antifreeze and not enough water will not transfer heat as well as the proper mixture.
make sure your mixture is 50-55% antifreeze.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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