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1994 Camry overheats, Lately it will if I turn the heater on in the car it will heat for a while then their will be no heat at all in the car. We have flushed the radiator, put in a new thermostat,checked the fan, and sealed the head gasket. What could it be?

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Water pump.Good luck!Greg It may still be working a little but can't keep up if you're getting pretty far before it overheats.(20-30 miles).

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