RPM of Camry

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Old 17 Nov 2004, 06:04 pm   #1 (permalink)
swami
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Default RPM of Camry

I am driving a 4 cylinder 1994 Camry LE.
I want to know what is the normal Engine RPM under following situations-
1. When idling/park
2. When starting from Parking Condition on straingt road & on hill Road.
3. At high speed of 70-80miles/hr & with varying road coditions like
moving from straight road to hill.

Also I am observing that the Engine Temprature indicator goes to 1/3 of
the total range after driving some 2-3 miles but after that it stays thr
only even if I drove another 80-100 miles. Whether the engine temp remains
constant after reaching some point or whether thr is any fault in my temp
indicator.

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Old 18 Nov 2004, 06:41 am   #2 (permalink)
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>I am driving a 4 cylinder 1994 Camry LE.
>I want to know what is the normal Engine RPM under following situations-


Differs with automatic or manual transmission...
These numbers are only approximate.

>1. When idling/park

800rpm or so.

>2. When starting from Parking Condition on straingt road & on hill Road.

Depends on how far you push the gas pedal. 800-6000

>3. At high speed of 70-80miles/hr & with varying road coditions like
>moving from straight road to hill.

Constant cruise at 70mph you may see about 2500rpm

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>Also I am observing that the Engine Temprature indicator goes to 1/3 of
>the total range after driving some 2-3 miles but after that it stays thr
>only even if I drove another 80-100 miles. Whether the engine temp remains
>constant after reaching some point or whether thr is any fault in my temp

indicator.
>

Sounds Ok if not a little on the low side, My Camrys have held
steady closer to the middle of the guage.
The thermostat is there to maintain a constant temp once warmed up.

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