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OVERHEATING hi, i have a corolla 94 1.6 carburated. i changed the block head gasket, they said the head block was bended so i had them fix it. i changed the radiator cap, i had the radiator cleaned, the timing and the water pump is okey.with the airco off the neddle goes to the middle , before the neddle stayed almost at the bottom in higways, please help me

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  • julexurb123 Oct 03, 2008

    the fans are good.i took off the thermostat

  • julexurb123 Oct 04, 2008

    well, thank you all.my car is still overheating and i am the one spend the money.thanks everybody

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    i have a problem my 1994 corolla xli 1.3 keeps overheating, i put a new rad on it and bled it and still not working any help

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When it comes to engine tempetures 180 degrees is when the thermostat =should open allowing good circulation to cool the engine. now at a 50/50 ratio of water to glycol coolant the engine can run as hot as 240 degrees before it reaches the boiling point and causing damage. now most gauges in vehicles read 190-210 degrees when the needle is at the top center. nothing to realy be alarmed about. However if your engine is steaming over then that is something to beconcerned about. also if you have a bad temp sensor your not going to get an acurate reading. if the wires are broken or the plug is bad then you won't get a good reading either. in higway use the airflows over the radiator at a higher rate so the needle should drop if it doesn't then just check the connection to the temp sensor if they are good then just replace the sensor because it' faulty. please rate this....thanks

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    Ronald Mueller Oct 04, 2008

    hey what's with this tft I gave you good solution to your problem and you did not even bother to even take my advice. I'm a certified mechanic and not some schmuck behind a keyboard. you expect a fair solution and I expect a fair rating. I have read the other post and it was a valid possibilty. incidently prior to your head gawsket change the needle should never have been near the bottom of the gauge to begin with. this tells me either your temp gauge is bad or your guage is bad those are the only 2 options because you never stated that the vehicle is overheating right now. please reconsider the rating

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What is the spacific temp for this car threw the factorys specs. check those and if it is still running hot you need to check your fans and just to be safe replace your water pump. i know it cost but still it could fix the problem. if that dont work check the thermostat they can stick open and or closed. you may also need to have your oil and filter changed. DONT USE PENNZOIL it is hard on a motor after long term use.

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