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Overheating my 2004 4 runner is over heating and i am really out of soughts as to what i should do next. Ca you help

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Change thermastat, flush cooling system, make sure cooling fans are coming on, check fuses. try bleeding the cooling system. hope this helps

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First check thermostat ,also make sure you dont have a shopping plastic bag stuck in front of radiator .and dont forget to only use antifreeze as its an anti corrosion agent as well

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