Toyota Corolla GLI 1994

Asked by Lannelle May 02, 2020 at 02:25 AM about the 1994 Toyota Corolla

Question type: General

I have toyota corolla GLI 1994. Is it normal if its
temperature reaches the half or a bit higher than
the half of the gauge? It usually happens when I'm
using the car during daytime with my aircon turned

2 Answers


Depending on the temp out side half way not bad or little over check to make sure ur coolant top off to the full line if that all good could be it thermostat u can get a lower temp if ur too worry about it


The AC puts added load on the engine and tends to make it run a little hotter. What you're describing seems to me to be normal operation. If you have no other problems, don't be concerned. If you have any problems with the AC, have it checked out, as undue resistance form the compressor engaged could be causing a higher than normal rise in engine load.

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