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Why would the temperature gauge on a 1989 Toyota Corolla manual rise when driving faster and go back down when you slow down?

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2009-10-13 23:32:48
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Have you checked the fluids (e.g. oil, coolant, transmission fluid)? When the car is working harder--as in driving faster-- it generates more heat. The car sheds heat through its fluids. If the fluids are full then it sounds like the coolant is restructed. Take it to a radiator shop.

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