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Hello i have an 1985 toyots celica GT and i am wondering why i have no pressure build up in my upper and lower rad hoses. Can you please help. I have replaced my thermostat and i just don't want too keep trowing money away

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Try flushing out your rad if its the orignal1985 one it could be blocked use rad flush

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