Question about Toyota Celica
Check the new radiator cap to see if it is same as the old one that you replaced it with. radiator caps have different spring pressures.
Posted on Mar 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Double check that your rad cooling fan is operating as it should, but after that, I'd be looking at a good rad flush, or rad replace. Believe it or not, your heater core is like a small rad, and when you turn the heater on, it actually cools the circulating coolant, slighly,and therefore shows a difference on your gauge. Like I said, make sure the rad fan is coming on when engine temperature is at normal or slightly higher, and if it is, then I'd be taking a close look at my radiator, especially if it wasn't replaced when headgasket was done.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
SOURCE: 87 olds Cutlass boiling back
First things first: Is the temperature gauge showing normal as it is supposed to be? No contamination of oil & water on withdrawing the oil dipstick? Head gasket not the culprit here? No excessive steam on idling from the exhaust system? If these signs are not present than I suppose there could be an air lock within the cooling system - bleed the system - check if the radiator/coolant reservoir cap is satisfactory. Top up the radiator (if possible) with mixture of water & antifreeze whilst the vehicle is idling. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
SOURCE: Car over heats
You may have a clogged radiator or you didnt get all the air out when you filled up the coolant
Its also possible the water pump fan blades are corroded away.
If anyone ever used a stop leak this could cause a blockage anywhere
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Replace your temperature sensor. There is a sensor specifically for the cooling fans that triggers the relays, and tells the fans to turn on/off. The relays won't energize unless it gets a signal from that sensor.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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