Question about 2000 Toyota Celica
I just put in a new motor due to blowing my old motor. Now my problem is, My heater is not working and I am leaking antifreeze. After looking around, I have a hose just hanging but it mainly only leaks when I turn the car off. Does anyone know where I can find a Coolant Hose Diagram? Also need a diagram showing hoses to and from the heater core and if its not trouble, A vacuum hose diagram would be nice. Thanks in advance!
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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