Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
More than likely have a bad thermostat. easiest way to check if that is problem is let the engine run for at least 5-10 min. after that grab the upper radiator hose with your hand. be cautious because if the thermostat is working properly this hose can be very hot. if it does not feel hot and has no pressure inside hose (you can feel like a garden hose: difference between on and off) then you need to replace the thermostat and gasket or seal. if you do have a hot and pressurized hose than you have a bad temperature sending unit. replace the part. good luck!!!
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