Wow, didn’t expect to get so many replies. Thanks to everyone for the help. I’ll answer one by one.
texases: I’d done that a while ago. It was pretty plugged.But still the heat doesn’t get as hot as my previous cars.
ledhed75: Damn…good point. Went from what I believe (though I’m not certain) was a 6-cylinder 2007 Toyota Camry to a 4-cylinder 2015 Toyota Camry. The larger engine may have been the reason.
melott: Thanks. And not sure, to be honest. I’ll have to look into that.
the_same_mountainbike: Much appreciated, sir. Thank you for the suggestions and the detailed reply. No, actually, I live in Chicago. Gets pretty damn cold out here, too, though. I’ll keep all the potential issues in mind. Thanks again.
oldtimer_11: Nope…from Camry to Camry. And you know, it does get hot eventually (not as hot as my 2007 Camry, for SURE), but yea’, you’re right, it takes forever. Much, much longer than the 2007.
George_San_Jose1: Thanks much, George. Appreciate the help. I’ll jot down your notes and everyone else’s and relay them to a repair shop should I decide to take the car in. Oh, and I’m in Chicago, btw.