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2001 Celica GT overheating and no heat

I have a 2001 Celica GT. I was driving to visit a relative and I had only driven about 2 miles and the temp dial was flashing hot. I pulled over, shut off the engine and poured some water in the tank. Now, the car overheats on a regular basis, enough that I cant drive it hardly at all. There hasnt been heat coming into the cab for a few months. I am thinking its the thermostat but Im not sure. Please help. Only form of transportation.

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Yes start with the thermostat, also need to fine out why it was low on coolant.

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

  • moons2all Feb 27, 2011

    You should get a coolant flush first, and make sure they purge the anti-freeze. Then change thermostat and then water pump if the flush doesn't work. Wish we did the flush first, but the repairs were rather easy for our friend and only cost us $80 plus parts. The clogged line is the problem, it causes the overheating and no heat.

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I had a similar problem. I replaced the Thermostat, and while that was out I had the Heater Core flushed out. It had tons of rust coming out, so that MAY be a problem for you as well.

The Thermostat replacement helped tremendously with the "No Heat" situation, as it brings the engine to a fixed heat level and keeps it there.

For help with the Thermostat replacement, see my help on THAT situation as well. It's a task you may not want to attempt alone.

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