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When im turning on my aircon the temperature arises.i have all the fans checked that supports the continous heat of the engine but still over heating takes place according to the opinions of others that over heating of toyota lite ace 1994 model is a common problem.

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Perhaps you might have a blown engine gasket. I used to have that problem with my car. Just hope it just a gasket to the carb... if its the engine, tsk tsk, it'll cost you.

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It might not be the fan but the strain on the engine with the AC on the makes the engine heat up.
So a possible timing tuning of the engine is necessary to keep the engine in trim mode. Nomally the heat will also be related to the external temperature as it could make it worse.
An opinion from Toyota will be good to concur and decide.

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