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2003,toyota,camry 4cy motor overheated and turned off.Found oil on rear upperpt. of motor and motor turns by hand with no prob.but starter doesn't turn motor over

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On 2003 Toyota camry 4cyl where oil could leak from on drivers side rear upper pt of motor after an overheating and shut off on its own


ANY oil seal could be leaking from this severe and overheat that the engine shut off. Clean the engine of all oil and then try and locate the leak.

Jan 05, 2017 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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Toyota CAMRY 4CYL ,MOTOR OVERHEATED AND NOW WHEN I TURN IT OVER IT SOUNDS LIKE THE STARTER IS NOT Engaging


First thing to do is turn the engine manually using a wrench on the front of the crankshaft to ensure the engine will actually turn at least two full revolutions before asking an assistant to turn the key while you watch.

The engine might have seized and might be terminally damaged. You need to take investigation and rectification a step at a time.

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2000 camry engine will not turn over


check ur timing belt and turn the motor by hand to make sure its not hydrolocked

May 02, 2012 | 2000 Toyota Camry

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Where is the motor starter located in a 96 Toyota Camry


It is at the right hand side of the car viewed from the front, which is the rear of the engine, above the transmission case.

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/st.pdf

Feb 03, 2012 | 1996 Toyota Camry

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My 2003 v6 camry recently overheated. Both alternator belt and 2nd belt recently replaced. No evidence of losing coolant. No change in oil appearance. Replaced coolant reservoir and let idle to...


both fans do not turn on at the same time. one fan is for the AC condensor and the other is for the radiator. A/C turns on one fan, Radiator temp switch turns on the other one. If you have never replaced the thermostat, or done a radiator flush/refill, you should do one now.

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2003 toyota camry won't start. Had battery tested, and still good. has power but won't even crank.


Could be the starter motor, bad battery connection, starter motor solenoid, faulty ignition switch, siezed up engine.
Turn the head lights on and try to crank the engine, if you hear a click and the lights dim, it is a bad battery or a loose battery lead. If you hear a click and lights don't dim, bad starter. If you don't hear a click, it is the starter solenoid. If nothing at all, bad ignition switch.

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REMOVING STARTER ON 1994 TOYOTA CAMRY LE (6 CYLINDER), NEED TO KNOW EXACTLY WHERE TO FIND THE STARTER AND HOW TO REMOVE IT AND REPLACE IT


The starter is found under front end.. Near where the moter meets the trani - you will see the flywheel (a big round gear) the starter connects to the flywheel to turn the motor..

Disconnect the battery..
Disconnect wires from starter..
Should be 2 bolts that hold the starter in - remove them..

The starter goes in only one way so you cant mess it up..

Rate well ;o)

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Location Of Spark Plugs, 2003 Camry?


They should be in the middle of the valve cover. Remove the cover that is covering them, and you will see the coil packs.

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1989 Toyota Camry, the starter cranks, but with a


Check the backlash of the starter it may require a shimm if it has a high pitch wind when starting....make sure the flywheel isnt damnage or missing teeth...

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