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My 2006 Toyota noha keep pushing the water out of the radiator

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Indicates either a cracked head or head gasket problem
have a compression test done

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 93 TOYOTA CAMRY LE V6, THAT HAS A WATER

Another item worth checking on '92-95 V6 Camry's is the power steering fluid. The radiator fan is hydraulic and runs off the power steering fluid and power steering pump. If your fluid level is low, it might not have affected your steering, but it could have prevented the fan from coming on when necessary.

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SOURCE: I have a Toyota tazz 1300 model 2005, what it does wen m driving faster it pushes water out of the radiator to that water bottle, wen the water bottle is full it keeps the water out and car overheat.

Replace the hose from the bottle to the radiator. And replace the radiator cap, if you have one.

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SOURCE: 2006 scion tc. Radiator fluid is getting pushed out into over flow/ boiling recently changed water pump thermostat radiator cap checked fans/fuses flushed radiator. Please help

You may have trapped air in the cooling system, that is a common cause of this after a cooling system drain out. To bleed the air raise the car as high as possible in the front and fill the coolant recovery tank full, then run the engine until it reaches operating temperature, do not overheat it, let it cool down (you can run cold water over the radiator core) and see if it draws down the coolant in the recovery tank, if it does the air has most likely been purged from the system, repeat if needed..

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