REPLACED ENTIRE COOLING SYSTEM AND STILL OVERHEATS

1994 Toyota Camry

Tiny

CHARLESLOPEZ91

May, 28, 2013 AT 2:39 PM

I have a 94 toyota camry xle and I changed the entire system. Water pump timing belt thermostat radiator head gasket and hoses. The fan works properly as well and I can't figure it out why it is still over heating when everything is brand new. No leaks or anything. It just gets hot

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Tiny

KHLow2008

May, 28, 2013 AT 6:12 PM

When does the overheating occur and under any specific conditions?
Were the cooling fans checked/tested?
Was system bled of air?
Any coolant losses issues?

Tiny

CHARLESLOPEZ91

May, 28, 2013 AT 11:12 PM

The overheating occurs pretty quickly while in IDLE and even faster when drive.
The hydrolic cooling fan was tested and works fine.
The system has been bled of all air and there is no coolant loss at all anymore since I changed all of the cooling system.

I checked the temperture housing and made sure the thermostat was in correctly and everything as well.

I just can't figure out what is making it overheat at all after all this and why it is overheating so quickly as well.

Tiny

KHLow2008

May, 29, 2013 AT 5:49 AM

Is it just the gauge showing hot or coolant is boiling out? Was the actual temperature of the coolant tested when gauge showed overheating?

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