Question about 1996 Toyota RAV4
My engine overheats, coolant reservoir boils. I already changed out the Thermostat.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry to tell you that your problem is YOU have a Head gasket blowen OR a Cracked head, either way you have to remove the head and take it away for Crack testing and surface grind (max 4 thou) no more.
If all ok when done replace with new VRS and refill with coolant (but turn on the heater to hot before filling to remove all AIR
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Yes if it hydraulically operated it could be because the pump for the fan is bad. If I am not mistaken the fan is run off of the power steering pump correct. check and make sure the pump is working correctly. I have not seen a hydraulic motor on a car I know they put them on a lot of diesel trucks like humvees and some Chevy diesels but not on a car. Most are usually electrical. I know on humvees with a hydraulic fan they have a fan controller check this and make sure it is working right you can unplug the controller and the fan should stay ingaged and turn faster.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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