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Old 06-18-14, 10:42 AM   #1
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My 1jz is over heating and keeps getting air in the cooling system i checked all the water lines and even change the head gasket and it still over heats what could it be o and when i let the d cell when in gear it starts to cool down help 1jz is stock with a 6266 turbo and a ported head
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Old 06-18-14, 01:39 PM   #2
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Are you losing any coolant? What kind of radiator/fan setup do you have?
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Old 06-19-14, 10:56 AM   #3
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I got to slim fans and yes i am i am getting air bubbles in my radiator i got a dual core aluminum radiator i got the car the way it is lol and its pissing me off as for its my dd for now
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You might just have air bubbles which can cause your temp gauge to spike.
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Try bleeding it so air bumbles are gone, is your rad cap good?
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yes caps good and I let the air out of it it keeps getting more air I dont see a leak cap is the 1st thing I did its got a blitz cap
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I have slim fans to should I put the oem fan back on
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Yes, put OEM fan back on make sure new fans have the same or more fan speed if you want to go electric. I would stay oem tho. For the air bubbles try to bleed it for awhile, make sure heat is on high when you do this.
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ok cool I will try 1 last time could it be the weep hole in the water pump sucking air in to my motor
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