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I have a 94 Camry 2 door 2.2 motor its overheating and the main top rad hose shrinks when i turn the car on please help i trying to take it for a etest

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Change top radiator hose and be sure there is correct amount of coolant in system, make sure radiator does not have a leak in it.

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