answer most likely the thermostat housing.
engine coolant temp sensor.
It is a coolant temperature sensor.
The coolant sensor is located on the radiator about 6 inche directly below the radiator cap on the engine side of the radiator. Remove the battery to gain access to the sensor. Release the spring clip holding the sensor and gently twist and pull the sensor out of the radiator. Disconnect the wire harness to remove the sensor from the car. Dirt may not be the problem. The sensor electronics are "potted". The potting may have have cracked allowing coolant to short out the sensor. I recommend replacing with a GM brand sensor rather than the available Standard brand name. Wholesale pricing of both is about the same and the GM part is more reliable.
1998 Toyota Camry takes red antifreeze. some take green and orange, depending on the year. was never given a name, just the color.
crank shaft sensor With the limited information you have provided, I would have to say, that you have found the "Crank" sensor.
IAT, Air intake temperature sensor.
Engine coolant temp sensor, Engine oil pressure sensor, Crank sensor, Cam sensor, Bank 1 O2 sensor, Bank 2 O2 sensor (V-6), Post catalytic converter O2 sensor, EVAP (fuel system) pressure sensor, Fuel level sensor, VSS (Vehicle Speed) sensor, ABS wheel speed sensors, to name a few,
A 1999 Toyota Camry does not require a specific antifreeze. Any brand name or non brand name antifreeze can be used in the 1999 Camry.
The Camry Solara was initially called the Camry Coup© from 1994 to 1997 and it was, effectively the third generation of Camry rather than a separate model. from 1999 forward the car was renamed the Camry Solara and eventually just the Toyota Solara.
The name means sunrise in Japanese
Yes. Both Toyota and Camry are proper nouns (brand name and model).
Hygrometer is another name for a moisture sensor.
There's the radiator, and there's also the coolant reservoir.
The name "Camry" comes from a phonetic transcription of the Japanese word kamuri (å† , ã‹ã‚“ã‚€ã‚Š), which means "crown".Originally it's my car it become camry
What is the best thermstat brand name replacement part for the 2000 toyota camry four cylinder?
I believe that you fill it with coolant, as the tank's name suggests.
Sounds like a block warmer to me. Does it have an electrical plug that you could plug an extension chord into? It sounds like the engine coolant temp sensor to me.
It is a male name. It is of Scottish origin. It has the same meaning as the name 'Camry'. It means 'crooked nose'.
This is used to keep the motor from overheating and from freezing. Thus the name "antifreeze" and "coolant".
There is no heating sensor by name in that car, you need to get the correct name and try again.