My 2009 Camry LE making gurgling/rattling sound when start or standing but not running

Asked by Aug 21, 2016 at 11:10 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2009 Camry LE making gurgling/rattling sound when start or standing but
not running. what might be the issue? One oil changing shop told to change
water pump.

5 Answers

4,050

Sounds like this may be a Cooling System issue. Open hood and check cooling system level. Follow instructions described in the Owner's Manual. Do Not remove radiator cap when engine is hot. Check reservoir Jug for proper level. Get back to us with results.

I just changed all oils yesterday n still those sound there.

4,050

Ok....sounds like you need to have this vehicle evaluated by a trained ear. Do you know a auto Mechanic you can rust?

I checked with one mechanic and he says water pump, thermostat, driver belt, antifreeze and radiator needs to bed changed.... He says radiator gone. Can you suggest if this might be true? Her has not provided any quote yet. And can you suggest what should be approx cost of all these? Your suggestion will be helpful

4,050

I am having a problem believing ALL of the above mentioned components would cause a "gurgling" sound in your vehicle. Sounds like you better get ready for a huge repair bill. Gurgling usually means air in the Cooling System. You might consider a second opinion. Good Luck.

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