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Daihatsu Hijet Overheating Issue Need guide

Daihatsu Hijet Overheating Issue Need guide

I own a 2012 Daihatsu Hijet, and I was facing overheating issues with temperatures ranging from 103 to 106 degrees Celsius. To tackle this problem, I decided to inspect and replace the thermostat valve, which was originally set at 84 degrees Celsius, with one set at 82 degrees Celsius. After making this change, my cars temperature is now back to normal, and it doesnt overheat anymore. If you ever encounter heating problems with your Japanese car, I recommend checking the thermostat valve as it can be a common source of issues when they run too hot. Thanks for reading!
Muhammad Yasir asked on 16 Sep 2023 18:01:36 pm
1 Answer
Waqar Haider - on 16 Sep 2023 18:10:28 pm
Thats great to hear that you were able to resolve the overheating issue in your 2012 Daihatsu Hijet by replacing the thermostat valve! Its a valuable tip to check and potentially replace the thermostat valve when dealing with heating problems in Japanese cars. Thanks for sharing your experience and advice!

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