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Where,I got a 04 Tundra,had a water pump leak,over flow was low,got under and removed skid plate and seen pink antifreeze,wiped up good,then took a drive and looked and followed it to the water pump,also it's recommended to have timing bedlt replaced too,keep using Toyota pink antifreeze.The Dealer is high cause they fixed mine,I didn't have time,working alot of overtime at work,but These water pumps go out soon on ours,I only had 60,000 miles on mine,2 oxygen sensors have went out,dealer replaced for free,these have that problem too.So if your coolant over flow is low,you have a leak.I bought my Tundra new in 2004 and have let dealer do all oil changes cause of the free scan they do.

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