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Your car is overheating because you did not bleed the cooling system. The hanging hose may be the overflow drain. Unbolt the coolant reservoir, and raise it as high as you can. Start the motor, and add coolant until the heater starts blowing heat. You will see air bubbles in the reservoir until all of the air is out. This is a common procedure when doing any cooling system maintenance on Celicas.

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SOURCE: no heat on 2008 sienna, replace t-stat. one rad

hello, check and see if it has a valve in the heater core hoses, also take heater core hoses off from motor, their should be two, put water hose on the end of hose run water through one hose, then swap to other hose, run water throuhg it also, you are flushing heater core out see if any trash comes out either hose, check water pump, and thermostat, make sure it is opening, you can buy a bad thermostat, i have before

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But to get your heater working........look down on the firewall and you'll see a coupla' heater hoses entering thru that go to your heater radiator. The trick is to flush backwards from the usual flow direstion that trapped the debris in there.
The flow goes from the hose near the thermostat area into the heater radiator and comes out the other hose and returns to the water pump.
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