Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
I assume the engine is running correctly.
First make sure the coolant is full and has no leaks.
If you are not sure about leaks , it can be pressure tested. The pressure test may also tell if the head gasket is good.
Replace the thermostat and coolant. Check the fins in the radiator core are not corroded
If it still overheats, you may need a radiator replacement. radiators often only last 8-10 years
Dont drive it overheating, as it will damage the engine and cause it to burn oil and smoke
Posted on May 09, 2010
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