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1994 toyota camry with over heating problem

I flushed the radiator twice new fluid. I think it could be the radiator fan since it doesn't turn on at all even when car is over heating and steam coming out of over flow tank. Ive never had any over heating problems with it before or any problems with it in 3 years always changed oil after 3K and did turn up less then 30K ago. What steps should i take before i go ripping the fan out and buying a new one. Could it just be a fuse or a relay. Its a 4cly. I read on here could be stuck thermostat, it runs okay for about 15 mins either at idle or driving before it gets hot enough to steam out the over flow tank. Slowly rising temp until its ready to blow. Thanks for all the help and info been a great car and hope shes got 2 more years in me until im done with nursing school. Thanks again

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Hi, and thank you requesting my personal assistance; I am sure that I can help you.

    First, I am going to need a bit more information before we can arrive at a solid solution.



    I need to know:

    When you start the car, and let it idle, without driving, how long does it take for the temp gauge to go from cold to the High side?



    The cooling fan NEVER comes on, is this correct?



    Now, I need to know this, and you are going to have to be careful...When the engine is hot & overheating, check the temperature of both the TOP and the BOTTOM radiator hoses; are they BOTH the same temperature? Be advised that you will need to use caution touching the hoses. If one is MUCH hotter than the other, this opens a whole new avanue of diagnosis; this info is paramount to me to help you.



    Is there any "white smoke" (CLOUDS of it) coming from the tailpipe.



    Get this info back to me, and we will get you sorted out.

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You need to check your power steering fluid, if it's low it will kept the fan from coming on,
I know it sounds funny but it's true!!!

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