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91 4x4 Toyota Pickup Overheating

Changed out Water Pump, Fan Clutch, Cap, flushed the system, Changed WP Belt, Still over heats, but has water in the system so no leak! No idea what else to do?

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  • lella711 Jun 23, 2008

    I ran it without it for a while, and it didn't make a differance. I just put a new one in when I changed the fan clutch. So how do I know if its running to Lean?



    Thanks for the response by the way

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My experience is it has internal hairline crack in the head or it is warp or blowed gasket


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Did you take out the thermostat?
If not do that if so it might be a feul mixture problem. To lean will make it run hot

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