Question about 1998 Toyota Corolla
A few things to check before you know why it is overheating. First, coolant? Got it? Or are you running plain water? Check for oil floating on the top of the radiator. Check for steam coming out the exhaust, Check for water in the oil by checking the oil level. If it is overfull. Lastly, if you have any of these symptoms, get a radiator shop to do a compression check, you might have a bad head gasket, they will tell you exactly what piston it is. And they can give you a price on repair. Usually $1200. We found it cheaper to replace the engine that to fix the gaskets. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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