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Please refer to the following sources for additional information: • Your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual • Your vehicle’s Repair Manual • Genuine Toyota Coolant Brochure Moving parts like the fan blade and drive belts, as well as extreme heat in the engine compartment or from the exhaust system can result in serious injury. • Approach with caution and care. • Never take shortcuts when replacing parts. • Improper servicing may damage your Toyota and lead to personal injury. • Unless you have proper knowledge, equipment and tools, you should have your Toyota Dealer Service Department perform the repairs and maintenance. Proper installation of Genuine Toyota replacement parts is essential for the safe and reliable operation of your vehicle. Following these instructions will: • Help to assure your personal safety • Assist you in the proper replacement of specific parts There are many variations in the step-by-step procedures used in installing various parts, and varying skill levels of individuals doing the parts replacement. These instructions cannot anticipate all circumstances or provide advice and caution on each. If you are in doubt concerning your ability to replace the part or have any questions, consult your local Toyota Dealer Service Department and have the work performed by an experienced technician. For further assistance, contact your Toyota dealer. REFERENCES CAUTION IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Visit our Web site at www.toyota.com M/N 00405-HOWTO-THERM CONDITION ACTION The “Check Engine” light comes on: Take the vehicle to your Toyota Dealer Service Department for diagnosis and repair. Engine runs hot or overheats: Check the coolant level in the radiator when the engine is cold. Check the radiator hoses and drain cock for leaks. Check the radiator, radiator cap, coolant reservoir, heater hoses and all hose connections for leaks. The radiator should also be inspected to ensure it’s free and clear of leaves, debris, etc. Remove the radiator cap when the engine is cold; run the engine for 5-10 minutes with the radiator cap removed to release air bubbles from the cooling system (this procedure may need to be repeated). With the engine off and the coolant still warm, touch the upper and lower radiator hoses. They should both be warm. If one is cold, the thermostat could be stuck in the closed position, or, the thermostat may have been installed backwards. If the problem persists, visit your

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