2015 Toyota camry Atara Engine Gets So Hot Yet Temperature Meter Reads Normal

Asked by Aug 11, 2016 at 09:46 AM about the 2015 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2015 Toyota Camry Atara Engine Gets So Hot Yet Temperature Meter Reads
Normal

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Check the coolant level. On such a new vehicle you shouldn't have problems with the coolant temp. sensor or instrument cluster. If you feel your overheating take it in for warranty work.

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Agree,with KenF

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Agree,with T_S_T

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Don't fix it yourself, you may void warranty. Follow the 3 wisemen above.

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What makes you think the Engine is running HOT? How many miles on this vehicle Where do you live?

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