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95 toyota camry coolant problem

My camry started over heating yesterday i changed the themostat because i was getting no heat when i turn the heat on it was just cool air blowing out . with changing the themostat theres no difference . it seems to me the relays are working but i dont know how to check them. i dont see the fans turning on at all unless i turn the ac button on. please help me
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    my 95 camry over heats now and then. I have replaced t-stat, fluids and,flushed Im thinking water pump next? not sure.it also (the fluids) foams up thats why I flushed it

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First of all check your coolant level, If OK Lets Remove the Passenger Glove Box, Look to your left you will see a Blower Duct Remove it, Look at the blend air door lever this controls the amount of Air traveling through the heater core and the AC Evaperator. Start your car and adjust temp, see if the lever is moving...If No then remove the blend air door motor but take note on the postion of the arm..although i like to go to hot totally or Cold totally then when i reinstall the motor i position the arm to match ...Fully Up is totally hot fully down is ice cold....!!! Open the blend air door housing and clean the contacts that travel on the large gear and collective grease that has maybe in excess...then put together put the plug into her and try lets see if the arm travels now......i have a link to see what we have just discussed ....
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Adam, if you want your fans to turn on, add a switch in your dash panel. there is a firewall break behind the driver side front wheel, so all wiring can be run through there. to solve the over heating, check fluid levels, replace the water pump, and just for kicks, replace the fluid and hoses. make sure there is 50/50 mixture in the coolant system that really does make a diffrence. good luck!

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