Hi Scotty Over the course of the years I’ve been watching bits of your video but I’ve become a real…

Raive

Hi Scotty Over the course of the years I’ve been watching bits of your video but I’ve become a real big fan and became a daily to watch. Reguardless of the topic and I appreciate what you do.

I had a 2015 corolla had it hooked up. And unfortnaety got wrecked due to a drunk driver with a suspended license.. (don’t drink and drive people) so now I got myself a 2000 celica gt

More unfortunately news. Lady who I bought from kinda lied to me about the car telling me has a new engine with almost 9k miles but has 207k.. (1zz) and the only thing she told me is that it needs a new thermostat. Which I changed out. And back breanks. I changed the thermostat but still having issues. I just want to drive my car and stop paying 800$ amonth for a rental.. (I’ve had a re ntal now going on half a year now.. 180$ a week)

Usually there’s 4 things to cause overheating. A thermostat. B radiator c water pump or d which I hope not.. a blown head gasket. I don’t..

Ac fan works but not blowing cold air. No bubbles in radiator. No water in oil. Neither any leaks near the plugs.. I don’t got the money for mechanic and new engine and stuff. I was wondering if you know what could be the issue?

I just got two bottles of blue devil head gasket sealer that I saw from your ch. (not pour n go) and just got a new radiator hopefully this might be a short fix or long term

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Raive
Raive

Thanks so much Scotty for taking the time to answer my question! I'm starstrucked that you did. Im going to change the radiator and once I do I'll post a update! I dont have the money to get a pressure test or combustion tube at the moment. I live paycheck to paycheck. Due to rental.

Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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odds are engine is toast with blowing head gasket. Do this video to find the actual fault, ALL of the tests