Question about Toyota 4Runner
I would tell him to check the coolant first. Slowly remove the cap, start the car, and check the level with the heat on full blast! Have him note whether there appears to be any contaminants in the water/coolant such as oil. If nothing "appears" to wrong add some more coolant until full. He can try running with the heat on full and see if that helps drop the temperature. If it does, it may be too much of a load and too small of a trans cooler. Let me know what he sees. I will be here for a while and happy to help!
Posted on May 07, 2010
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