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Over heating 1993 toyota 2.2 camary I repaced the rad, rad cap, fluid, power flushed the system, changed the thermosat 3 times in 2 weeks. water pumps works. still overheats. I take the thermostat out it does not overheat. What next?

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With a 1993 you do not want to run it with out the thermostat it will damage the engine but you might want to try getting a low temp thermostat from advance auto parts and try that

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surpenion system.? wow no year stated !!

what are you doing ,just a flush? of engine coolant

my guess you are reading the steps. and wonder why we do it fully

there are 2 flush ways. 1 is poor way and way 2 is ASE.

i will not mention shop way with the $10,000 machine.

1: poor way, open drain bottom rad, run water from rad cap

until drain runs clear. (ok on a 2 year old car. sure)

2 pro way.

he back flushs all cooling system parts and makes sure all flow good.

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3: isc AND iac VALVES AND HOSES

4: THE BYpass hoses are flowing good.

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2. One thing you can do before replacing the Water Pump is to flush your entire system. There could be a blockage in the system. These flushing kits are available at most stores (Walmart or Autoparts Stores) and you can do it yourself.
3. Was the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor (mounted near the thermostat) also changed out? If this was malfunctioning it could be giving you a false reading.
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Remove thermostat....fill thermostat housing with hose and watch for water flow at bottom rad hose.
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