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88 toyo 4x4 installed new radiator and all hoses now not running very well was fine before

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Did the engine overheat before new radiator? :Likely blown head gasket. Check compression on all cylinders. If compression is good, then try bleeding air out of your cooling system.

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it is the head gasket blown from the cyl to the water jacket ,a radiator specialist can test for combustion gases in the water to confirm this ,but that is what it is . "youdoit"

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