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My 1996 toyota camry is overheating. we checked all the fluids and changed the thermostat. i have no idea what else can possibly be wrong

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Check the Temperature control sensor (TPS) and/or the engine control temperature guage. Did you bleed the system when you changed the thermostat ? It has to be bled because air pockets will form when you drain the coolant.

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