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Overheating i have a 1994 toyota 4runner v6 4x4 it has a new water pump no thermostat, an rev. flow radaitor

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Put in a t-stat. No thermostat can act like a bad thermostat, causing over heating, i too have a 94, it was clacking eradically, turns out it was the t-stat opening and closing about 60 times a minute, so i took it out, it got hot, put a new one in, and no more issues.

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