Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
1996 model. Engine temp spikes quickly and coolant is blowing away (out the overflow plastic reservior mainly.)
Question: Where do I get step by step (with pictures) guide on the net on how to remove the heads?
Supplementary question: Can the heads be removed without taking the engine out of the car?
"Real problems", thanks.
If there is no white smoke billowing out of the tailpipe, I would not remove the heads. If you had bad heads or head gaskets, there would be a whole lot of white smoke pouring out of the tailpipe. Coolant bubbling into the overflow indicates poor coolant circulation...You may just have a seized thermostat, partially clogged radiator or malfunction cooling fans. Try removing the thermostat and running it. If the bubbling stops, you do not have a cylinder head issue.
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