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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 ford taurus
USUALLY, the inlet to the radiator comes of the upper part of the engine and goes into the lower part of the radiator. The outlet, or return, from the radiator comes out of the upper part of the radiator and goes to the thermostat housing, also USUALLY on the upper part of the block. It's confusing cause just cause the hose connection is upper or lower on the block or radiator doesn't tell you where the lines and tubing inside is. Look at the ends of the hoses where they connect to the block. The thermostat should be under a hemispherical dome about 2 to 3 inches in diameter with a snout that the hose connects to. USUALLY the hose TO the radiator is just a snout. The thermostat housing is USUALLY up top where you can get at it. You can just call the sevice department of any Toyota dealer and they will tell you for sure. Sevice manangers love to let you know that they know more than you do. The folks at PepBoys and O'Reilly's like to show off too.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Remove the rad support cover, remove the electric cooling fan and shroud, disconnect the tranny cooler lines, drain the cooling system, remove the upper and lower hoses, remove the rad brackets on top of the rad (one on each side), have someone hold the AC core out of the way and carefully slide the radiator up and out
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
check, 1. spark plug for firing(replacing plug is a cheap fix)
2.#6 spark plug wire for proper strong voltage.
3. distributor cap #6 TERMINAL, (replace cap for another cheap fix)
remember trouble problem may be intermittent, so it would be beneficial to use "CHEAP FIX" solution first. GOOD LUCK. KEEP ME INFORMED. THANKS
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
have u bled the cooling system ?warm the car and cut the car off right before the fans come on ,let sit for 30-35 minutes,see if the coolant drops in res. if so repeat process untill coolant stops droping ,then drive car regularly if overheating stops ,but monitor it because it will drop somemore/there has been reports of new and rebuilt water pumps nt having correct propelar mounted on them/ backwards etc. if this helps let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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