Question about 1995 Toyota 4Runner
The jiggle valve is just to assist in ensuring no air trapped behind the thermostat.It is important but only really at the bleeding air out stage.When it gets hot,throw the heater on,it should get hot and the temperature will come down or stabilise.I would recommend removing the radiator and having the top tank removed and the core tubes cleaned thoroughly. Refit it and ensure that you fill it slowly to allow air to escape.Use a good quality coolant too.Get back with your findings if fix still needed and I will endeavor to pinpoint repair needed.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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