Re: '93 ES300 overheating

Well if you got new
-coollant -new thermostat -i would check the cooling fans and see if they come on after -the vehicle is warmed up
-also change the rad cap a faulty rad cap can cause overheating
if its still overheating i would take it to a shop that caries a coollant analizer specifically made to check combustable gases in coollant that will tell you if you have any small head gasket leakes ocuring in your case lets hope not. if the head gasket is fine on the car then i would suspect you have a partially clogged radiater. ok but your wise to take it in because that overheating not only overheats an engine but also can overheat the automatic transmission as well Oh yes since there are bottom rad coolant lines that run to the automatic transmission for coolling it if the tranny doesent get enough supply of coollant circullating it or that coollants temperature is way to hot to cooll it. you can bet your gonna start doing some harm on it and shortening its life span.

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