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Overheating 1994 Toyota Le Privia, 4th time to garage keeps overheating, when you idle 15-20 min over heat, turn on heater rev up and the temp drops, we have done all replacements posible (thermosat, flushed rad, presure test) we have now ordered a clutch fan because the tension on the belt was exactly the same hot or cold, so maybe the fan is slipping. There are no leaks, no oil in rad, no water in oil, exhaust fine. Please help if you have any ideas. How do you check the clutch fan?

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Rad blocked replace it and new antfree

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First you need to make sure the fans are coming on and if they are make sure they are coming on when the car is over heating because there is a fan relay by your fuses if its going bad it wont turn the fans on or it willl only turn them on sometimes..

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