Question about 1988 Toyota Camry
Check ur RADiATOR if its CLOGGED!
Checking it by means of TOUCHiNG the BOTTOM PART after running ur engine for 30 min.
If the bottom part is not the same as the TOP part of the radiator, it means its CLOGGED and u need to bring to ur nearest garage mechanic to FLUSH OUT or internally clean the radiator assembly!
Check also the RADiATOR FAN if it works in a certain temperature!
If can't see any leakage, as u say, 'cause of high temperature of ur engine, ur COOLANT goes to the coolant reservoir and overflowing it every time ur engine HEATS UP!
Check also the RADiATOR CAP, if the seals are damage or the spring is all corroded up, water heats up and goes thru ur reservoir and doesn't come back to ur radiator when engine colds down, radiator caps FAULT!
Hope that might help u out! Taaah!
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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