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My 1995 Toyta Previa overheats on the open road. I WAIT FOR IT TO COOL DOWN, AND I DRIVE FURTHER. IT HAPPENS MORE IN THE SUMMER THAN WINTER.

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If you have 150k or more, you probably need a water pump, which is under the seat next to the sliding door. You may not be able to hear it going bad, due to location. I would also switch to 20w50 motor oil. If you live in a high altitude area, it is definitely the water pump. I have two of these, with a combined total of 900k.

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