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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 Test

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Just to let u know they probably didnt plane the head (which means to make it straight again) which means they didnt straighten the warp out from where it over heated. alot of people just throw another head gasket on and dont have the head machined.its usually like 60 us dollars to 100 us dollars to have a head machined but well worth the extra effort to have it done right try a new thermostat also. usually when a shop cuts corners u end up with a car that still runs but runs hotter something to remember next time good luck

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