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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-05-2018, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Good morning fellas I hope everything is well in your world. I have had my 2000 Celica GT for quite some time now and have moved to Colorado. The previous owner had run over a dog and messed up the AC condenser. I have since replaced the radiator and the AC condenser and the thermostat because it was overheating. I burped it properly several times with no leaks but I'm losing fluid and I'm still overheating. My fan switch on the inside does not work either. I've tried replacing some fuses, I guess all that's next is replacing the switch? I can only go short distances with the car without a refill of antifreeze. Any suggestions of something I may be overlooking?
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I don't have any suggestions. . . .
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I don't know much, but did you check the water pump?

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