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How much antifreeze is needed for a radiator in Toyota Camry?

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SOURCE: 92 Toyota Camry, antifreeze leaking no leak found

have you had the undercarriage inspected for white stains from coolant, rust stains if your system is corroded? How many miles? has the water pump ever been replaced, that would be my guess, water pumps leak while the eng is running and the hot engine evaporates the coolant, so in many cases none on the ground. Also have the system pressure tested by a shop and put on a rack to check for signs of leaking under the car.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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you need to check if the cooling fan works, and that the radiator is clean, you may even have a blown head gasket. a shop will need to diagnose and recommend repairs.

Posted on Dec 14, 2010

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Hi, coolant goes into the reservoir pictured below. There is a different reservoir for the windshield washer fluid. There is also a much smaller reservoir for the brake fulid. That one is in the right rear of the engine compartment, just in front of the driver. Be careful not to put coolant in the brake or washer fluid reservoir. Thanks for using FixYa.

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Is the color of the oil look clear? Vs miky,brown color.

Please check all of the above and port the result on the comment page/window,

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