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Where is the thermostat located on a 1992 Toyota Camry v6?
The thermostat housing is on the passenger side of the engine, under the alternator area. You cannot see it with the alternator installed. Not easy to change, but, if you do, buy a Toyota thermostat. The factory 'stats have an air-purge valve, and it is very important. The aftermarket 'stats do not have this valve. Note that when you replace the 'stat the air purge valve should be at the top of the hole in the housing (pointing straight up).
Where is the thermostat located for 92 Toyota Camry?
its at the end of the coolant inlet pipe lower LH side of the engine. This pipe is below the alternator running from the lower radiator hose to the thermostat housing on the engine. Replace the O-ring at the end of the pipe if you are replacing the thermostat. There are 3 bolts holding the thermostat housing to the engine block. Hopefully this helps!! please rate...thanks!!
It makes a grinding noise and only on the
Check brakes, then check axle bearing. If brakes check out OK, then jack up so the wheel is off the ground, put car in neutral, now spin the wheel and put one hand on the coil spring, if you feel any roughness, the bearing is bad.
Ticking sound coming from top side of motor
Well I think you have hit it on the head. You need to determine if timing belt is rubber or chain. Certainly should be replaced at this mileage.
These also have hydraulic lifters - common for these to go bad.
Broken power seat - Cannot go forward or back
The power seat uses 3 separate motors for the different functions. Sounds like the one for forward/rearward has failed. I think you may find that Dorman manufacturing sells replacements for less that dealer parts. Look it up online or ask your auto parts store.
I have a 1992 toyota camry le with a 3.0 v6. I'm
I would start by checking the hoses at the heater core. One should be hot the other cooler but still pretty warm. If one is hot and 1 is a lot cooler you probably have a plugged heater core. You can also check to see if you hear the blend door slamming and check air temp change when you switch from full cold to full hot. If there isn't a clunk at full hot or cold the door might be stuck.
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