why would a heater put out 170+ degrees at the heater vent...

Asked by Nov 16, 2015 at 01:28 PM about the 2013 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: General

new car would not heat up,  blew the radiator out, new one in, the belt tentioner seemed to be hanging up. adjusted worked well,,, Mow the heater will put out 170+ degrees at the vent... radiator is just warm 2 inches down from top, then cold.....
what is the normal temp at the heater vent for this 4 cylinder 2013 camry

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Check the thermostat. You may need a new one.

checked it last year worked well,,I am replacing it today. It is two years old and the dealer won't even check it any censors that could be bad

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