Toyota Camry solora

Asked by Apr 12, 2016 at 08:38 PM about the 1999 Toyota Camry Solara 2 Dr SLE V6 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car started running hot,I look and there was no
coolant,so I put some in.My fans were still working
but but bless where coming from the radiator,and I
saw pink fluid coming from a hose I think is
connected to my radiator..
what can I do

6 Answers

14,060

you have to find that leak. if the hose is bad replace it. check the water pump area too.

I see liquid around the water pump and bubbles coming from the top of the radiator.It just started running hot,but when I drive it goes back to normal.How do I look for leaks??

I checked the coolant And it was bone dry,I filled it and made it home.Haven't moved the car since,I am out of town at a hotel where I don't know anyone,is there a quick fix until I can get back to my home??

14,060

You can refill it completely and take off, but you will have to be sure that you get all the air out of the system. Also, check it frequently. Ok, that said, sounds like your water pump is bad. If you take off and it puked then you are broken down along the road. I would suggest driving only as far as the nearest mechanic.

How do I get all of the air out???driving it will do that??

14,060

It should bleed itself if you fill it, let it run with the cap off and keep putting it in as needed. you can also look up online "how to bleed my cooling system" there are several good youtube vids on this. again, if there is a chance your water pump lets go completely, I would only go as far as the nearest mechanic.

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