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Got new radiator , checked water pump and thermostate for toyota previa 1995 but is still over heating what else could it be please any ideas.

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  • lisa_ames Dec 30, 2010

    once we have located the bleeding points will try and see what happens thank you so much

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There is 2 bleeding points. one by the radiator the other by engine.

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Testimonial: "thanks for getting back so quick , will try to locate bleeding points and hope for the best"

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