Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
This is probably from a boiling of the coolant after the engine has stopped . It most likely is because the viscous fan hub is shot and not spinning the fan correctly at idle and so the temp goes up. It is a common problem with viscous fan hubs as they spin the fan but there is no drive action to pull th air through the radiator. You will not notice that it is not working while driving because the air flow is sufficient but at stop lights or when idling the temp goes up.
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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