Toyota Camry Coolant Temperature Sensor

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Good customer Service

Flavio

in 5 months

It was beneficial for my car to have this part , so I'm pleased with auto zone

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1998 toyota camry

It was beneficial for my car to have this part , so I'm pleased with auto zone

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1998 toyota camry

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Stalling 2003 Toyota Camry Problem Solved

Steve

in 2 years

As the title states, my 03 Toyota Camry was stalling at idle, stop signs and lights causing a major safety hazard. The car was fine when it was cool but after it warmed up the idle would cut low and kill the engine. I read up on a forum to try replacing the ECT temperature sensor so I picked this one up from Auto Zone. Very simple to replace, just make sure to save the brass washer off your old sensor...easy to get to with a 19mm deep socket on the drivers side of the engine block. I did the job correctly and neat within about 20 minutes. Another piece of advice-disconnect the battery or reset the cars CPU before starting the engine with the new sensor so it “forgets” the old temperature parameters. Mine stalled again at first because I forgot to do this, now the car runs like new again, THANKS AUTO ZONE! They even gave me a military discount for being a veteran. If your Camry is doing this (very common problem on these cars) go see Auto Zone first

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Toyota Camry SE 4 Cylinder

As the title states, my 03 Toyota Camry was stalling at idle, stop signs and lights causing a major safety hazard. The car was fine when it was cool but after it warmed up the idle would cut low and kill the engine. I read up on a forum to try replacing the ECT temperature sensor so I picked this one up from Auto Zone. Very simple to replace, just make sure to save the brass washer off your old sensor...easy to get to with a 19mm deep socket on the drivers side of the engine block. I did the job correctly and neat within about 20 minutes. Another piece of advice-disconnect the battery or reset the cars CPU before starting the engine with the new sensor so it “forgets” the old temperature parameters. Mine stalled again at first because I forgot to do this, now the car runs like new again, THANKS AUTO ZONE! They even gave me a military discount for being a veteran. If your Camry is doing this (very common problem on these cars) go see Auto Zone first

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Toyota Camry SE 4 Cylinder

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Part fits correctly, but is slow to engage

Hankinthe States

in 4 months

This switch is supposed to engage between 200 and 210 degrees F, but does not activate fans until 226 degrees F (as measured with my wife's meat thermometer:), then cuts off below 195 degrees F. The cutoff would be ok if it engaged sooner, but runs the risk of boiling coolent if your coolent/water mixture is low (which encourages low coolent levels and introducing air into coolent system). Just be forewarned.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1999 Toyota Camry 4cyl

This switch is supposed to engage between 200 and 210 degrees F, but does not activate fans until 226 degrees F (as measured with my wife's meat thermometer:), then cuts off below 195 degrees F. The cutoff would be ok if it engaged sooner, but runs the risk of boiling coolent if your coolent/water mixture is low (which encourages low coolent levels and introducing air into coolent system). Just be forewarned.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1999 Toyota Camry 4cyl