94 corola 1.8l over heats and now no heat. Replaced thermostat and let idle with cap off to remove air in system . It has a new radiator, Should I back flush the heater core & the whole system?

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Asked by Dec 26, 2011 at 01:48 AM about the 1994 Toyota Corona

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 94 Colola 1.8l over heats. i replaced the radiator & hoses. then I replaced the thermostat and ran the motor with the radiator cap off to get rid of any air in the system. Should I back flush the heater core & the whole system? The water pump seems to be working fine.I allso put on a new serp. belt. Any sujestions?

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coolant temperature sensor

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definately the heater core

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