Question about 2001 Toyota Camry
My 2001 Camry has about 75,000 miles on it. In July 2008, I began to notice the sweet smell of engine coolant inside of the car after I drove it for several hours on a series of consecutive short trips (errand running) and then let it sit in the driveway to cool off. My mechanic did a pressure test on the system which showed a slow leak, but he could not determine from where. I continue to smell the same sweet smell after I have driven it and let it cool off and when I get in it first thing in the morning. My mechanic pulled the carpet back around the console to look at the heater core to see if it was leaking. The insulation inside the compartment was dry and he could see no leaks or drips. He thinks it might be the heater core, but is unsure. I take the car out of town three and four hours away from home for work every couple of months and I am afraid the car is going to strand me some where I don't want to be. Help!! What is wrong with it?
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Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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