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I have a 2001 toyota camry and it keeps loosing antifreeze what could be the problem

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A number of things the 2001 Camry motor which reads out as the 2AZFE motor same as the Scion tC which is my specialty car, but hmm it could be water pump seals it could be a hole in a radiator hose it could be a pin hole in the radiator itself. Until you can get an approxomation of where it seems to be losing the fluid i really dont have much of an answer but if you could give me a general location then i could tell you how to fix it and how much it would cost you

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