Question about 1995 Toyota 4Runner
4runner leaking water out of front of engine around water pump area. Water pump and thermostat have been replaced ????????????????????????????????/
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the impellors in the water pump are prone to corrosion,especially if no or incorrect radiator additives have been used .this will cause water to stay in motor & boil whilst the water in the radiator stays cold because it cannot circulate.try flushing radiator ,installing a new thermostat (which is more than likely not opening )& radiator cap,refil with correct additive,.if the car still over heats then you will need to replace the water pump.bugger!!
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Yes check the fuel pump there might be something stuck in there. Maybe there is something small in there. Take it out and blow into it to see. Hope This helps (Please Take The Time To Rate Me)
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
The water pump run right of the pulley, it would be the pully with the hose running off it. then you can follow that hose to the thermostat housing.
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: coolant leaking
Hello Kasalama :
Is it possible to wash off the engine while protecting the distribuutor and other electronics so we can start with a clean and dry engine ? . * Make sure that your radiator is full and that the Radiator/ Coolant overflow reservoir is at the proper level . * I would put a large piece of cardboard on the floor and along with a bright flash light or shop light use it to guide you where the leak s coming from .
If that is not helpful , I would perform a pressure check on the cooling system . The pressure check can be performed as a diagnostic tool . Put the truck in park and apply the parking brake . Attach the pressure diapham and Start the engine . You will have to manually pump it to a specified pressure as indicated on the gauge/ manometer .
The pressure diaphram usally attaches where the " radiator cap " is . Applying pressure can show leaking hoses, pipes and leaks in the radiator or fittings .
Be mindful that you can also have a leaking Intake manifold Gasket .
I hope that this info has been of help to you .
Posted on May 31, 2009
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