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I have a 2000 toyota camry with 83,000 miles on it. I waas driving home and started to overheat and can hear a knocking noise when i'm accelerating.....any advice on where to start?

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Knocking might be detonation in the combustion chambers--this can be caused by overheating. Check your coolant level. If it's low, you may have a leak. If not, maybe your fan is not turning (?). If all this checks OK, we usually advise to replace the thermostat, as it is inexpensive repair that might solve the problem. Any questions, please reply.

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