Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
The temp gage goes almost to the red. i dont use the ac. the coolent is green like it is brand new. i checked the oil cap for signs of of a blown head gasket and it looks and smells fine.what happens when the thermometer goes bad?
Try replacing your thermostat. I haven't had to replace one in years, but I remember it being a cheap and easy job. It should be located where your upper radiator hose meets the engine. You should only need a screwdriver to loosen the hose clamp and the same screwdriver to pry the old thermostat out. Be sure to let the engine cool off first!!!
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