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You either have a busted head gasket or a crack in the head or block in the water jacket area.

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Hole in exhaust pipe leaking antifreeze

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There is water coming out of the exhaust of my 1994 Toyota Previa. I want to know where it is coming from.

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Ive got a 1994 toyota pickup v6 4wd im leaking antifreeze from somewhere behind the motor and its a lot what is leaking and do i fix it?

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If your putting water in, then there must be water leaving. If you don't see any water on the ground, you might have a blown head gasket. Water is going into engine and out the exhaust. Have some one start and rev the engine up and you see if it is spitting water out exhaust pipe. If you put your hand in front of it, your hands should fell alittle slick from the antifreeze. Don't keep adding plan water because you will eventually run out of antifreeze and cause more damage. You will have to fix soon if it is your head gasket.

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I have already checked the heater core........that is not it. Could it be ingesting water through the part under the throttle valve that has two small water lines running in and out of it?

is the motor the 3VZE, if so replace the head gaskets, even on the 22R motor, it sounds like it is about time to replace the head gaskets, usually about every 100,000 miles it is time to replace the head gaskets, is the coolant getting into the cylinders and burning and white smoke that smells like antifreeze coming out of the exhaust?

Oct 27, 2011 | 1994 Toyota Pickup

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Where is the O2 sensor on a 94 toyota p/up

Look under the truck!
It's located on the exhaust pipe just before the catalitic converter, or under where the driver sits.

Jun 05, 2010 | 1994 Toyota Pickup

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1994 toyota pickup rattles at low speeds (~15-19 mph).

Check for loose heat shields the cover the exhaust. I find this is the source of many rattles. They are made of sheet metal and if they are not clip or tightened down the low vibration frequency when the car is running at slow speed will cause them the hit the exhaust pipe/ front mainfold.

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1991 toyota 3L V6 Overfueling, raw fuel pouring out exhaust pipes

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1994 toyota pickup

hi there,
Chances are is that the old converter could have broken up and the pieces are stuck further down the exhaust in a muffler restricting the flow which in turn would heat your converter up.
hope this helps.

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