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My troopy over heats with the air con on when I'm on the high way or going up a hill its a 1 hz 1994 model what could be the problem

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ITs the coolent is low .You don't say how old but antifreeze is good for 5 or 6 years no matter it says on the label or the owerers manaul.
Drain the whole system and the block use raidator flush fill with water run as dericted .
Dump again raiditor and block spray pressure through system at every point you can form the water hose at your house .
Fill with a 50/50 mix antifreeze let vehicle run until thermostat opens sqeeze upper radiator hose no pressure T stat is open,
Then finish filling the system .read the amount in qt's that it needs in yours oweners manual or call dealer with information know what you are talking about and they will tell what you need to know

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Hi Tony, cooking system low on fluid, circulation could be restricted (radiator) or thermostat going south. good luck

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SOURCE: Air con/climate control

vacumn pipes on the trampillias(vacumn diaphrams )not working right

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SOURCE: 1994 toyota hi-lux dual cab. a very bad smell is

what this is fungus that grow's in the evaporator core. can buy stuff from auto part's store but it take's awhile to get out the best way is to take to a/c shop let them take care of it breathin it can cause to get sick..if got kid's get rid of it fast..

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