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Where is heater core on 1986 toyota celica.Bottom hose on radiator doesn't get hot. Is there a block somewhere?

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Check your thermostat first

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

  • Rick89gts Dec 03, 2009

    could be faulty. easiest things first

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