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I have a 91 toyota camery, i have change thermostat i have also changed the raditor but i still have a overheating problem what is the best thing to do. the car runs fine,it get hot after three hours or so. i have also chaanged the radiator cap.

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please check the coling fan. As this car is quit old the fan might have detoriated its performance so check it. i suggest you to replace the fan with the new one.

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