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Where is the coolant sender on a 2003 toyota camry how do i find it

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My 1994 toyota camry is ovverheating even when the water pump is new and the radiator are goo, no leak the hoses are good The car is still overheated

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Location of a coolant temperature sensor,on a 2000 toyota camry

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I recently have a new trany and water pump in stalled and now my temperature gauge does not work. How can I check it myself. Thank u very much for ur time.

Coolant Temperature Sender TESTING a coolant temperature sensor: Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminals. Refer to the appropriate chart for your engine. If the resistance is not as specified, replace the sender. Fig. 1: Coolant temperature sender chart — gasoline engines 89552g87.gif
Fig. 2: Coolant temperature sensor chart — deisel engines 89552g89.gif
Fig. 3: Inspecting the coolant temperature sender for resistance 89552g90.gif
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I have a toyota camry 2003 if i let it set for a

What color is the smoke ?
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Bluish means oil is leaking into the cylinders
Black means car is running rich.
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2003 Toyota Camry XLE Water sounds in engine compartment

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Where is 2003 camry thermostat located

heres what you have to remove to get to it. its inside a gooseneck shaped pipe going to the engine.

Remove the right hand cover under the engine.

Drain the engine coolant.

Remove the fan and generator V belt.

Remove the generator assembly

Remove the water inlet via the two nuts.

Remove the thermostat.

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