is engine temperature normal in toyota corolla 2003 if temperature guage is half or a little more

Asked by May 15, 2008 at 03:51 PM about the 2003 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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15

Yea you should be fine, thats where a normal car goes up to.

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25

Yup, only worry if it is over 75% of the way up

995

you might want to make sure that your coolant tank is full to the brim just to be safe Thanks for playing

2,200

sounds a bit high ,would have the complete cooling system inspected...sounds like start of head gaket or small crack in the engine block...get checked out soon....hope this helps...

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half or a little over is fine check the coolant though just to be safe...

30

The temperature gauge of my COROLLA 2009 remains 45% every time while driving and it becomes 50% if the car will stop.

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