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Tom The Engineer
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2598 Roseglen Way,
Aurora, IL, 60506
Nice! how do I get one?
There's a guy on here selling temp wire extensions. Great way to do it!
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Yes that looks right, I would use an 8" piece of 1" pipe from home depot.
And you have to cut a nub off the engine to make room for the 3rd...
You may be on to something there.
I didn't notice one on my car but it may have gotten lost during the swap.
Maybe. There is an actuator on the cat for the coolant. I'm not sure how it works but I bet Toyota did it right.
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The jiggle pin is a valve in the thermostat that lets air pass through and closes to coolant. Prius' will overheat if air gets trapped behind the...
I drive it to work every day.
I cut the jiggle pin on my thermostat.
Who knows why I had to do that but no problems after that.
I've used both. No issues, but someone claims one shaft is slightly longer or bigger. The housing on the 3rd gen is bigger but doesn't matter....
They sound terrible when you start 'em for the first time.
So, your car does run? New engine good, old engine - post mortem?
Oh, I get it ! Right, #4 did come up short and go down farther.
Well, that will kill an engine.
Wouldn't the bent one come up short and travel down farther?
Interesting use of welding rods.
Sorry for your...
I've considered the type of coolant may cause the overheating because of it's surface tension or viscosity.
If the jiggle pin is sized for Toyota...