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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toyota 2f engine back fire
either the timing is WELL out or maybe the spark plug cables are not fitted in firing order, or the HT leads are touching leading to a arching betwen them
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
SOURCE: 1982 Landcruiser, overheating
I would suggest to check to make sure the fan is not on backwards. I dont know if its possible to even put it on backwards. just check to make sure that the fan is pulling air thru the grill instead of blowing out the grill. Also look into the radiator and see if you can see any lime or sediment in the radiator tubes. It will be white in color.A small amount of scale on the inside of the tubes act as insulation, and keeps the coolant from contacting the tubes and transfering the heat to the tubes so the air passing across the radiator can carry it away. Just flushing the radiator wont remove the lime scale, the radiator would need to be remove and dissassembled and rodded out. I dont think you have a blown head gasket yeti,if it not blowing water out when its cold and you dont have any performance problems, runs fine, just overheats. You might try turning on the heater when it starts to overheat and turn the heater fan on high as it acts as a radiator and see if it cools down indicating the cooling capacity of the radiator is diminished
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Nothing major follow the hose out of the top of your radiator to the motor right where it is connected is the T-stat housing 2-3 bolts it comes off the inside is the T-stat thats it be sure to put it in the right direction or it wont open correctly causing the car to overheat.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
rule of 9 4 cyl or rule of 13 if a 6 cyl----- number 9 down and adjust no1 ,no8 down and adjust no2 and so on ,same thing applies to the rule of 13 ,,,,,no12 down and adjust no 1 = 13 easy isnt it ,not sure of tappet setting but 12 inlet and 14 exhaust suits 99% of vehicles
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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