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    CODE P Tiny. MGAINER. MEMBER; TOYOTA CAMRY; 4 CYL; 2WD; AUTOMATIC; 83, MILES. I took my car to and got a.

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    A DIY how-to on replacing the thermostat and temperature sensor on a Toyota Camry.

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    On rare occasions, in high-mileage Camrys, the cooling system's thermostat may fail. A thermostat may lock up in either the open or closed position resulting in overcooling or overheating. In one case when a thermostat failed, the customer complained that he was getting heat in the cabin.

    He said the temperature gauge on the dashboard would rise to the normal operating range during warmup, then rapidly move down to the cold range. I concluded this particular malfunction was due to a defective thermostat that would stick in the fully open position after reaching normal operating temperatures around degrees Fahrenheit.

    The customer had previously been quoted a sizable repair estimate, involving flushing the cooling system and installing a new heater core with new hoses. First, make sure the engine is cool.

    Then relieve any residual pressure in the cooling system by removing the radiator cap. Remove the lower radiator hose from the thermostat housing. This step may not be necessary if you feel you can remove the thermostat housing from the water pump by bending the hose. Use a 10 mm socket attached to a extension to remove the top nut from the housing stud. Use no extension for the lower nut. A 10 mm box wrench can be used on the top nut, but there is very little twisting room for the lower nut unless the oil filter is removed.

    Remove the thermostat housing with a strong tugging or pulling motion. The thermostat will most likely be stuck inside the housing.

    Remove the old thermostat with the attached rubber O-ring. Transfer the O-ring to the new thermostat or use a new O-ring if you want. Reverse the above steps for installation, refill the radiator with new fluid, start engine until warmed up and recheck fluid levels after cool down.

    If the car continues to overheat even after installing a new thermostat, the problem could be caused by either a defective temperature sensor or a defective fan motor. Replacement of the water temperature sensor may be in order. This sensor is located on the bottom of the radiator opposite the coolant drain port. The easiest method of getting to and replacing the temperature sensor is by removing the passenger-side fan shroud assembly.

    Lift out the shroud from the lower radiator shroud sockets. The fan motor can be tested by applying 12 volts to the motor connector leads. Use an open-end or box wrench to spin off the sensor. Once the sensor is removed, coolant will start leaking out.

    To keep all the coolant from draining out, quickly screw in the new sensor by hand. Don't forget the O-ring attached to the sensor. Reverse the above steps for re-assembly, and replenish the leaked-out coolant. I recommend using only genuine Toyota coolant. There are only two 10 mm nuts that hold the thermostat housing which contains the thermostat. Those nuts are easy to remove if you remove the oil filter first. It is very simple. There's only two 10 mm nuts that hold the thermostat housing which contains the thermostat.

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