Question about Toyota Camry
The only water in your engine is in the cooling system. Coolant does not belong in the compression chamber so there has been a major breach. Think bad head gasket or cracked head/block. In any event you have a major expensive problem there. Most likely your cheapest way out is to find a used engine, with much lower mileage, at a junkyard. Toyota no doubt put that same engine in many models in many years. Large junkyards have a parts interchange to tell you what years and models and also junkyards have a search system to find you an engine elsewhere if they do not have one.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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