I am taking it in to get the coolant exchanged because I am pretty sure that I have an air bubble inside the system. I need a pressurized machine to get it out thus it is going into the shop!
you dont need to do that.
the problem with the 2zz and 1zz coolant systems are that the overflow containers are not the highest point in the engine (like they should be) due to the low profile Hood
you need to bleed the air out of your coolant because when you poped off your Intake
manifold coolant leaked out and created lots of air bubles this is causing the overheating.
remove the overflow from the radiator support and stretch it up keeping the rubber hoses connected, you want to get it as high as possible so the air will bleed out the system. Its best to use several bungee cords and attach it to the Hood
latch with the Hood
up so you dont have to hold it.
continuously keep an eye on your overflow and keep a bottle of 50/50 handy to pour in more should it start to get low, massage the 2 main coolant lines that go into the radiator also (make sure car isn't hot before massaging lines because they will be hot)
it usually takes about 30 min to "properly" bleed the system.