Question about 2001 Toyota Celica
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.
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.
Posted on Dec 29, 2012
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