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Temperature guage up

I have toyota camry 2001 at 67000 miles, with regular factory authorized maintenance, which even upon driving less than 5 miles results in temperature guage to go up above the middle but below the red mark. Water and oil level are OK.
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Raj

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Temp guages are just a guide,they vary considrably,and as long as the car runs fine,no warning lights/lack of power all is fine....(depends what you are used to,mine runs at 110 with a guage from 80 to 120.)

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