Question about Toyota Supra
I am not a Toyota expert, but I will try to help. Has your engine been running more hot than usual? If so, it could be overheating problem and bursting the hoses. It could be as simple as changing a thermostat or a clogged radiator. Did you overheat the engine by running it without coolant? If so, you may have warped or cracked something and combustion or exhaust pressure from the engine is leaking over into the cooling system causing the hoses to burst. This is just a shot in the dark, I hope this helps. I would say to get more concise advice from another FixYa Expert or go see a mechanic.
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