Question about 1990 Toyota Pickup
I have been having a similar problem with mine except it does it when im just driving for a while...i havent really used the ac yet this summer so I dont know but i assume it would go up even more...right now it goes up to just under half way on the gauge
Check the coolant of the radiator if it "eats" up a lot of it... there could be leaks on the radiator, its cap and the hoses or the fluid is not that enough. Check also the water reserve beside the radiator if the water decreases as you drive. If it does not go down then the water circulation is not that good. There could be a leak. If there is no leaks then you should check out the fan of the radiator if it is working.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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