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No power, overheating

92 toyota pick up, 4 cylinder

truck has no power, overheating, the 3rd spark plug has liquid, replaced all the sparks plug and cables

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  • chenio_2003 May 21, 2009

    no, it's not blowing white smoke and the oil is fine, could it be a fuel injection problem?

  • Dan C May 11, 2010

    Is it blowing out white smoke?



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Hello and this is a blown head gasket from what it sounds like. I would check your oil and if it looks grey or milky you definetly have a blown head gasket. You can check for a system leak with a compression system tool from your local auto parts store but make sure to check your systems max pressure before installing the tool. I am read sure this is a head gasket. If you have any other questions email me and I hope you have good luck in fixing this problem.

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