2007 camry 4 cyl leaking red fluid & overheating

Asked by Oct 22, 2016 at 11:22 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2007 4 cyl camry with around 80k miles. It hasn't been driven in
about 2 weeks. Last night I went to the store about 2 miles away and when
I got back to the car there was a puddle of red fluid under the car. I
carefully drove back and the car was overheating as well. Also noticed the
ATF fluid looked low and the coolant reservoir was empty. There is also a
rattling noise coming from the engine bay. It's my mothers car so I dont
drive it that often.

3 Answers

It sounds like you have a coolant leak. Do not drive the vehicle without coolant (coolant can be green or red).

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If it's transmission fluid sounds like the radiator cracked at the trans colloid side .if it's coolant ( pinkish) not red. Then somewhere you have a cooling system leak . As far as the rattle that could be many things . Have a professional chk it out for your mother so they can keep her safe and and keep her from being stuck on the side of the road .

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Any warning lights ON or Flashing?

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