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Where do i connect the little hose that goes off of my vaccum hose on 1996 toyota camry

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Complete diagram of all the hoses and where they go on a 96 toyota camry 2.2 l 4-cylinder

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Why is my 96 camry spraying coolant?

The overflow tank is not pressurised, so will not spray coolant around. The little hole is a breather. On the other side, possibilities are a cracked radiator top tank (it is plastic, and your Camry is about the right age to develop this), or a leaky hose or hose connection on the driver's side. Open the bonnet, wash the engine with a hose, allow it to completely dry, then start the engine and idle till hot, watching like a hawk with a torch to see where the leak appears. This is easier if you have a helper and the car is on wheel ramps.

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Where can i find a vacuum hose diagram for 1996 camry 2.2

i have provided the vacuum hose diagrams for Toyota Camry model.Can you please tell us the reasons for you searching the diagram?.We are ready and happy to help you!. Please rate my solution as helpful.2a4b72e.gif104d8cb.jpg

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How to replace EGR valve in 1996 toyota camry

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