Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
Have you replaced the radiator cap and if you have a expansion tank fitted check that also. As the water temp rises to normal temp it send water to the expansion tank and when it cools down it sucks it back. Check that you have the right cap on radiator it should have a return valve in the middle on the inside. The expansion tank must a solid cap.
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