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I've been having some overheating problems and would like to take that out to run some tests on it. Could you please show me where to locate this? It's a Toyota Avensis 2.0 vvti petrol engine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same overheating problem in my jeep ! My problem was finaly found out to be the clutch in my fan its a different kind of clutch system it work as this. When your jeep gets warmer the tighter your fan clutch gets .While cool your fan moves slowly. now to test your clutch just warm up your jeep and rev it up a bit if your fan dose not pick up speed then it is sliping.What will come out of this is that you fan will the seez and run full all the time. if you jeep dose not overheat wile moving then it is not your thermo stat period.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
Check the heater plugs normaly when the engine is cold heater plugs work to heat up combustion chamber then starts easy,also long raning fuel filter mybe so change the fuel filter.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
the thermostat can be easily changed from up top, the T-stat is located at the engine end of the upper radiator hose under the flange the hose connects to. Make sure u follow manufacturer's cooling system bleeding procedures when you refill after the T-stat is changed out.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
I am not aware that there are indeed two thermostats on the 350Z. I would be more suspicious of the water pump causing the overheating problem. Is the water pump leaking? Leaking is a sure sign that the water pump is defective, but I have seen water pumps that were not leaking, but were still faulty because they were partially clogged up. Anyway, hope this helps and best wishes.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
you have an emmisions control part issue. It will need to have the computer scanned to determine the problem. Most emmision related parts will not effect how the car runs but wiil affect fuel mpg.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Testimonial: " thanks for the info the MOT sugests that the emmissions are within a pass range but are a bit erratic"
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