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2006 Toyota noha the radiator fluid is getting pushed out into over flow

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Either you have a bad thermostat or you need a head gasket

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SOURCE: 2006 scion tc. Radiator fluid is getting pushed out into over flow/ boiling recently changed water pump thermostat radiator cap checked fans/fuses flushed radiator. Please help

You may have trapped air in the cooling system, that is a common cause of this after a cooling system drain out. To bleed the air raise the car as high as possible in the front and fill the coolant recovery tank full, then run the engine until it reaches operating temperature, do not overheat it, let it cool down (you can run cold water over the radiator core) and see if it draws down the coolant in the recovery tank, if it does the air has most likely been purged from the system, repeat if needed..

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