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What's the name of tool i need to check the heater core hoses temperture?

2007 toyota camry LE 2.4l one of the hose is hot and one is warm.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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It very possibly could be the actuator that controls the valve that allouws hot water to flow through the heater core. If the out hose is cold then there is none or not enough hot water flowing through the core itself. If you are sure the cooling system is full and you are sure the core is not leaking (you would smell the anti freeze if it was leaking very much at all) then the only thing left is flow and if the water pump itself is working as it sould then I would say either the core has something restricting the flow and that could be a hose that has a kink, or a blockage of some sort(rare but it happens) or the heater control valve is not functioning as it should so the valve isnt opening (I think its controlled by a vacume line going into the back of the knob that is on the dash. I had a 97 Tacoma V6 and the heater would literally melt you to the seat. If you check all that and dont find a problem then I would like to know what you do find if you ever figure it out. Hope that helps you at least have some places to start.

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check your thermostat first

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Sounds like you have air trapped in the heater core when you flushed the heater core. loosen the upper most heater core hose and run the engine untill coolant seeps out. Wait until the coolant has reached running temperature.

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SOURCE: 1994 Toyota pickup / 4WD

you could try running engine and open top heater core hose highest point should bleed it fully, failing that look at manual should tell how much water is in system

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