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Previa 1994 keeps overheating have replaced anti freeze but the temperature still going up ,done valve test still the same it drives and maintains right temp but when idle ie waiting in traffic the temperature soars back up

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Dont forget to make shur the theromostat is in good working conditon.

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My toyota 1994 previa miles# 275,678 was overheating tried changing radiator still over heated checked water pump, pump good, change a few leaky hoses still
overheated. But I forgot one thing the radiator cap! Change the cap veh stop overheathing remember one thing think simple first it will save you time an money.

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Hi ive got the same motor but mines on a 96 plate check your electric fan shis should be cutting in to reduce temp when u are stuck in traffic

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Blue smoke in the exhaust usually means oil is leaking into the compression cylinder and is burning with the air/fuel mixture. This would definitely cause hard starting.
As for how it's getting in there, that depends on how the car has been maintained. How many miles are on it.
First thing you should do is check your oil level. Make sure it's full. Keep track of your oil consumption for at least a week. Knowing how much you are using up can give you an indication how it's getting in there.

This could mean worn rings and cylinder walls or bad valve seals. It could also mean a crack in the block. This might shed some light on the cold air problem as well. Especially if your car overheated recently. Regardless what the cause is this is not a week end job. If your not comfortable with the thought of engine parts laying around find a good mechanic.
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