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1990 4Runner overheating problem

I was driving my 1990 Toyota 4 Runner home from work today and it overheated. I pulled over and let it cool for about 45 minutes. I started it again and I noticed that it was idiling between 2000 and 3000 RPMs. Closer to 3000. I don't think this is normal. I also noticed that the temperature was rising very quickly. I managed to make it to a gas station and I put water in the radiator. I let it cool for a bit and tried to start it again. No luck. I also noticed that when I turned it over, the battery was only getting about half the juice. PLEASE HELP!!

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Try checking your belts (if it still there) check the tension adjustment.

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Try replacing the thermastat and make sure that the choke is not stuck as there auto chokes you have to seek a merchanic.

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