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Over-heating problem Drive car (1998 Toyota Camry 4 cylinders) for abot 15 to 20 miles and car would stop due to over-heating. Car would start after a cooling down period

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2 other possibilities:
a. Did you notice the fan blowing when the car went overheat? It might be a faulty wiring or fan motor.
b. You may have a broken water pump. Open the radiator cap and start the ignition, warm up the engine for a short while (before you get all spill over) and check if the coolant is circulating.

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Providing you cooling system is full....your thermostat may need to be replaced....please rate my response

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