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Where is the drain plug for the radiator estima toyota

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yes it is the head gasket the compression is is leaking in to the cooling circut, take out the plugs and see if any is a orange colour if so to repair it you will have to buy a new head , gaskets head bolts other wise it will not last a 1000km

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It may be the starter motor contacts which are worn. I have done this twice (on 2 different estima's myself. The starter will not turn or not properly. New contacts for these Denso starters are available on ebay from nipponnev for about £10 delivered and take about 1 hour to fit. No need to buy another starter. Hope this helps. Regards, Paul

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Sorry, did a search around and could not find one

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Flush the coolant on the 2002 tundra


PROCEDURE TO FLUSH
  • Park the Toyota Tundra on a level surface and set the parking brake. Then, with the engine off, touch the radiator to gauge its temperature. If the radiator is still warm, allow it to cool off before you start next step.
  • Twist the radiator cap one full turn, pause for a few seconds and then fully remove the cap. You want to pause to relieve any internal pressure inside the radiator. Opening a pressurized or hot radiator can cause it to spew hot coolant and burn anyone it comes into contact with.
  • Position a bucket or tray with a two-gallon capacity underneath the radiator, below the drain plug. To access the drain plug, you may have to remove the plastic engine undercover, which should be on the driver's side of the Toyota Tundra's radiator. Use a socket wrench to open the plug.
  • Open the drain plug and allow the existing coolant to drain completely into the bucket. Once complete, pour the old coolant into a sealable container for proper disposal.
  • Put the drain bucket back under the radiator and close the drain plug. Then, fill the radiator with distilled water. Next, open the drain plug to let the water flow into the bucket. Replicate this procedure until the water runs debris free out the radiator.
  • Replace the radiator drain plug and pour fresh coolant into the radiator until it's within an inch of overflowing. With the Toyota Tundra, you need to use the same coolant that came with the truck. Most likely, it is Toyota Long Life red coolant, but consult the owner's manual to be sure.
  • Start the engine of the Tundra and turn the heating fan to high. Allow it to run until the cooling fan turns on two separate times.
  • Switch the Toyato Tundra off and check the coolant level. If it is lower than before, add more coolant. If not, put the radiator cap back on and close the hood.
TIPS
  • You will need 2 gallons of coolant for the four-valve Toyota Tundra and 3 gallons of coolant for the six-valve model.
  • Using tap water from a hose is an alternative to flushing with distilled water, but tap water can leave sediments behind that can damage your coolant system
WARNING
  • Because coolant is extremely toxic to people and pets, it's imperative that you dispose of the old coolant properly.

on Mar 17, 2010 | Toyota Tundra Cars & Trucks

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Sometimes my temperature gauge goes up on my Toyota estima and the engine gets very hot and the water overflows from the coolant, don't know what the problem is.


Check if the fan is running. You may also have blockage in the radiator or coolant is not circulating properly. I suggest first draining the radiator and inspecting if there are debris in the liquid that comes out.

Aug 07, 2011 | 1994 Toyota Previa

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Where is the radiator drain plug on a 1993 Toyota Corolla?


Hi there,

For most Toyota radiators I know, the plug is in the center at the bottom of the radiator housing. If you cannot locate it, then simply remove the bottom radiator hose to drain the radiator. Keep in mind that you may need to replace the hose clamp if it has the one-use factory style clamp.

The drain plug is directly below your upper radiator hose at the bottom of the radiator. You can start by disconnecting the battery ground cable.

Hope this helps...

Jan 15, 2011 | 1993 Toyota Corolla

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Cooling system on 2.2 estima has air lock


go to a radiator shop and have the air removed
have them check for flow rate through the radiator cores
have a compression test done to check for head gasket or cracks

May 08, 2010 | 1994 Toyota Previa

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Estima missing and overheating


Hi!

I think you missed checking a couple of things more.

1.- Water Pump
2.- Temp. Sensor
3.- Radiator Fan
4.- Timing
5.- Spark Plugs
6.- Spark Plug Wires
7.- Vacumm Leaks
8.- Fuel system (Pump pressure, injectors, leaks)
9.- Electrical System
10.- Check for even compression on all cilinders.

I hope this help you find your problem
Good Luck.

Mar 10, 2010 | 1996 Toyota Previa

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Toyota lucida estima td wont start on could mornings


It may be the starter motor contacts which are worn. I have done this twice (on 2 different estima's myself. The starter will not turn or not properly. New contacts for these Denso starters are available on ebay from nipponnev for about £10 delivered and take about 1 hour to fit. No need to buy another starter. Hope this helps. Regards, Paul

Jan 04, 2010 | Toyota Previa Cars & Trucks

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How do I flush the coolant on the 2002 tundra V6?


PROCEDURE TO FLUSH
  • Park the Toyota Tundra on a level surface and set the parking brake. Then, with the engine off, touch the radiator to gauge its temperature. If the radiator is still warm, allow it to cool off before you start next step.
  • Twist the radiator cap one full turn, pause for a few seconds and then fully remove the cap. You want to pause to relieve any internal pressure inside the radiator. Opening a pressurized or hot radiator can cause it to spew hot coolant and burn anyone it comes into contact with.
  • Position a bucket or tray with a two-gallon capacity underneath the radiator, below the drain plug. To access the drain plug, you may have to remove the plastic engine undercover, which should be on the driver's side of the Toyota Tundra's radiator. Use a socket wrench to open the plug.
  • Open the drain plug and allow the existing coolant to drain completely into the bucket. Once complete, pour the old coolant into a sealable container for proper disposal.
  • Put the drain bucket back under the radiator and close the drain plug. Then, fill the radiator with distilled water. Next, open the drain plug to let the water flow into the bucket. Replicate this procedure until the water runs debris free out the radiator.
  • Replace the radiator drain plug and pour fresh coolant into the radiator until it's within an inch of overflowing. With the Toyota Tundra, you need to use the same coolant that came with the truck. Most likely, it is Toyota Long Life red coolant, but consult the owner's manual to be sure.
  • Start the engine of the Tundra and turn the heating fan to high. Allow it to run until the cooling fan turns on two separate times.
  • Switch the Toyato Tundra off and check the coolant level. If it is lower than before, add more coolant. If not, put the radiator cap back on and close the hood.
  1. TIPS
  • You will need 2 gallons of coolant for the four-valve Toyota Tundra and 3 gallons of coolant for the six-valve model.
  • Using tap water from a hose is an alternative to flushing with distilled water, but tap water can leave sediments behind that can damage your coolant system
WARNING
  • Because coolant is extremely toxic to people and pets, it's imperative that you dispose of the old coolant properly.

Nov 14, 2009 | 2002 Toyota Tundra

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Toyota estima stated to overheat


yes it is the head gasket the compression is is leaking in to the cooling circut, take out the plugs and see if any is a orange colour if so to repair it you will have to buy a new head , gaskets head bolts other wise it will not last a 1000km

Jul 01, 2009 | 1992 Toyota Previa

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I couldn't find Estima. Having problem with my 1992Toyota Estima.


they mean power relay for the glow plugs so it will maintain the current of the glow plugs needs.

Apr 20, 2009 | 1992 Toyota Corolla

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