Cooling System General

The cooling system is a pressurized forced circulation system with open air type reserve tank.

A thermostat with a bypass valve is located on the water inlet housing to maintain suitable temperature distribution in the cooling system.

A cooling fan control system in which the ECM optimally controls cooling fan speed is used. For details, see page EG-130.

An air bleeder plug is provided on the water inlet assembly to improve the efficiency of changing the engine coolant. For details, refer to the 2007 Camry Repair Manual (Pub. No. RM0250U).

The engine coolant uses TOYOTA genuine SLLC (Super Long Life Coolant).

From Throttle Body

From Throttle Body

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