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TOYOTA Car broken into,gear box cover removed,insides monkeyed with . Today we started it up ,and the car started to overheat,any ideas?

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Hi boneshaker9,
Is your vehicle an automatic or manual....What covers were removed and what was messed and monkeyed with inside...and what inside are you reffering to....the inside of the box....the car...or the engine compartment.... Please let me know, so that I can get an idea of where to start from....

Best regards Johngee10

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

  • Hi boneshaker9,



    You didn't answer, so I'll continue with this advice for you....If your vehicle is a rear wheel drive, the only way in which the transmission can have been effected, is the gear selector lever may have been mis adjusted....You may not have the gear you select....



    If it was the inside of the gear box that they played with, they would have had to remove the box from the car....even if it was a front wheel drive with the engine mounted east west, same thing applies.



    What I'd suggest to you, is to check the cooling system for damage....this will also include the cooling system for the transmission....Look for any damaged or squashed pipes, any place where there could be a restriction of coolant....



    You may have a coincidence on your hands....The over heating may be unrelated to the vandalism....Whatever help you need get in touch and we'll do our best to give to you



    Best regards Johngee10





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