Question about 2002 Toyota Celica
I've had the thermostat replaced , radiator flushed and engine flushed out yet the car still overheats. I can let the car sit and idle for an extended time and it doesn't overheat. I can drive the car and keep under 45 mph and it doesn't overheat but if I drive it over 45mph the car temp creeps up until it overheats.
CHECK SOME BASIC PARTS, THE THERMOSTAT AND YOUR WATER PUMP, THE THERMOSTAT MAY BE THE WRONG DEGREES OR THE WATER PUMP IS GETTING A TIRED YOU JUST HAVE TO FIGUERE OUT WHICH ONE. IS THE PROBLEM...
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
I would do a compression test and leak down test to determine if the head gasket is blown, that is the most likely reason
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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