Question about 2000 Toyota Celica
I have a 03 celica and topped up the coolant a week ago and it is low again. i know where the coolant is coming from. on the top of the reservoir there is a run off hose and the coolant over time seems to be coming from there like a dripping tape, can anyone explain this, or tell me if this is normal? a toyota mechanic didn't seem too bothered by it, and i get my car serviced at this dealership.
IT is normal to lose a little coolant over time, but when you replace it, use a mixture of the appropriate coolant with a mixture of DISTILLED water. If you continue to lose coolant, you may have a leak in the system that can be tested for by placing it under pressure. The radiator cap can be a problem.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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