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Camry overheating Changed thermostat, caps, radiator, still overheats, coolant bubbles in resivor after 10 km of running,rad and lower hose seam to never get hot, thermostat may not be openning? notices 2 prong plug by the oil filter not pluged in, can't find where it may plug in. No outlets on fan?

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Possible stuck thermostat(located front LH side below the alternator), or faulty water pump(inside timing cover)!! The fan has no connectors because its hydraulic driver through the power steering pump(V-6 models only). You may disconnect the switch on the powersteering pump to test the fan.....with the switch unplugged rev the motor to 2200RPM and you should hear the fan increase in speed. If not check the filter (LH side of the radiator) its black with rubber tubing on each side. Check also power steering fluid. Hopefully this helps!!

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