Having problems with your 1998 Toyota Camry ?

Overheating problem Hi. I own a toyota camry 1998GX with a 5s-fe engine. My first problem was the rpm was shooting up to 2000rpm when im in neutral (btw automatic transmission), so when i put it in gear it surges forward. So we did a top overhaul of the engine (brought the cylinder head to a machine shop to clean it and set the valves)Bought an overhauling kit (gaskets valve seal, etc.)after the top overhaul was done the car started to over heat! Cleaned the radiator, checked the radiator cap a

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-06-2019

Answers :

When you had sent the cylinder head to the machine shop did they pressure test it?
\015\012If it had hair line crack there sure would be water lose in the radiator and also it would probabely too mix it wth engine oil.
\015\012Please recheck the valve clearance if they are tight you do sometimes get the over heating issues.
\015\012Check the thermostates operating temperature...at what degrees must it open, try replace it with a lower temperature i mean the one to open earlier say if you have one which opens at 89 degrees C change it to a say one which opens at 79/80 degrees.
\015\012Hope this helps!
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