Heater won't get hot only when I'm accelerating already did a coolant flush did not change thermostat if it's the thermostat where is it located need help if I think where it is how do I take it out

Asked by Oct 02, 2015 at 11:25 PM about the 2008 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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97,235

Sounds like either low coolant or an air pocket.

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Yes , so have radiator cap off & warm up the engine to operating temp. this will push any air out, while engine running, top it off until full.

97,235

Sometimes you have to elevate the front of the the car so the radiator is higher than the engine, a foot usually does the trick.

Are you indicating you have NO heat when you are driving down the road and accelerating? If the engine is running at IDLE...do you have heat? Try this. With the engine running and warmed up...at IDLE...place your hand over both HEATER HOSES. They should both feel about the same temperature...HOT.

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