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I have a 92 4runner its smoking

Its smoking from under the rad cap but the cap is on tight
there is no crack and its over heating

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  • steve harnum Dec 13, 2008

    is this way im not getting heat into the truck and it probley dosent help that its -33 out side



  • steve harnum Dec 13, 2008

    i dont know the nam of the part only that its attach the gas line towards the hood and the fire wall it s looks plastic and its lecking on to my exs pipe do you know what this part is called

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You mean Steam, don't you. Your thermostat may be bad. And is not opening up to alow the water to circulate. The thermostat is located following the hose from the radiator to the thermostat housing. the thermostat has to be replaced.

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