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After recent oilchange+trans.flush white smoke rises from hood

I got the oil changed and had a transmission flush my '95 toyota camry just within the last 20 days or so. suddenly after driving for no more than 10-15 miles on highway, there appears some white smoke coming from under the hood. the engine temp. meter/gauge goes all the way up to its highest right before the car starts smokeng.... is this a transmission problem? maybe something having to do with trans fluid or engine coolant?

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Better check the cooling system before drivin or youll have a welded engine it maybe just out of fluid! water pump could be bad check hoses and do acomplete inspection on the ride. and once a week till the end of time

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