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2000 mr2 is overheating? is this a common problem

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Yeah in fact it is.....
Just beat the hell outta it and it shouldn't be a problem
Glad I could help :D

Posted on Dec 01, 2009


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Over heating

Overheating on the SW20 (Mr2) is usually down to one of the following:

Air lock:From a badly bled coolant system (Easy fix)
Thrmostat failure:Preventing the coolant getting to the front radiator(Easy fix)
Water pump failure:(Water pump can be fubar(Not so easy a fix but not too expensive for the mechanically minded)
Head gasget:It can go,when it does it blows all the coolant out of the radiator(Expensive to fix and not easy at all)
Radiator filler cap:Common fault on older cars but less than 10 bucks to fix(Not even a problem)
Heater pipe leak:They don't call them the pipes from hell without good reason.(Pain in the neck if they go,not expensive to repair but takes ages)

Hope that clears it up a bit :)

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