It's very possible.
probably need new head gasket
Does my 1995 Toyota Paseo have a clutch cable
The thermostat is located on the driver side of the engine compartment, between the distributor and transmission area.
Toyota Paseo was created in 1991.
where is the flasher located on a 1992 toyota paseo
I need timing mark for Toyota paseo
a 1997 Toyota paseo i forget to tell...H4?
try doing a block test its possible you might have a blown cylinder head gasket
log onto Google, click on images, type in 1992 Toyota paseo.
it's like saying, does 1996 Toyota Paseo have rear wheels.....
a 50/50 mix with a good antifreeze i.e. Prestone Zerex etc.
The proper gap for your Paseo is .043
como remplasar blower ac heater paseo 1993 toyota
there is no such thing. the pilot bushing is in the back of the crankshaft and should be replaced when doing a clutch job
93 paseo does use R-12.
The thermostat housing is located on the driver side between the distributor and the transmission. There are two 12mm bolts holding the the thermostat housing. You may want to disconnect the white colored sensor before removing the housing. The thermostat is located underneath the housing.
No, Paseo door handle don't fits to Starlet. it's same handle but door system is different. I've a Paseo.
the best deal you can get is if you buy the radiator on eBay it will cost you between $50 -$60 and then take it to a technician to change it , also it is very easy to replace it , you can do it yourself
Several solutions: Change the thermostat (could be sticking shut).....backflush your radiator....could be dirty and clogged, replace radiator hoses, check for pin hole leaks in your radiator. Is the fluid level staying normal or are you constantly adding anti-freeze? Halfway on the scale is normal.
My only knowledge is that the tercel may have exchangeable parts with the Paseo.
the Toyota mr2 engine is said to fit but i have to try it out myself first i just bought a 92 paseo
Bad water pump, stuck thermostat, clogged radiator, blown head gasket, trapped air in cooling system, defective cooling fan, defective thermal relay, or a combination of these.
Are you overheating? If so,you may have a radiator that is plugged and needs replaced. It may just be too old and is leaking still needing replaced.Third,if you have a head gasket blown,it can push the coolant out of the system.You would have to check the compression to find this problem,not a hard one to diagnose either.
I have a 1992 Toyota Paseo and I use 5W-30 engine oil in it. Always have and that's what the owners manual recommends.