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O7 camry gurgling noise when shut off after driving it, water antifreeze leaks out, found it was coming from a heater hose leaking doesnt seem right to me??


Gurgling when shut off could be (as on my car) the radiator's overflow bottle feeding back into the radiator as it cools, or still boiling into overflow bottle if very hot.
Heater hose should be renewed ASAP as coolant loss may be causing overheating / gurgling and will likely cause major damage to engine if left unfixed.
Is hose cracked?
Might just need re-sealant and hose-clamp.
If you seal allow several hours to set completely otherwise steam pressure could push wet sealer out.
Is this helpful?

Oct 28, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Temp gauge normal but no heat and engine gurgles when shut off coolant level fine and some will come out of overflow


check the antifreeze level ,its low on coolant ,supposed to check all levels at least once a week

Feb 03, 2016 | 2009 Dodge Dakota Crew

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I have a 92 f 150 that spark knocks an water gurgles in the overflow tank when its drove then turned off an i jw what it could be


Well the spark knock could be bad gas or the ignition timing could be off.
The gurgling is somewhat normal, unless the level of coolant is low in the engine, and there is too many air pockets.
If a head gasket were leaking, you would be loosing coolant out the exhaust pipe.

Oct 13, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Why does my montero cooing system makes gurgling noise


In many cases of gurgling cooling system, you have a possible head gasket problem starting and the combustion from the engine is pressurizing the cooling system. Check your cooling system thoroughly for evidence of a possible blown head gasket.
Are you loosing cooling system water?
Is your radiator overflow tank being pressurized excessively by the engine. Headgasket problems can sometimes put some much pressure in that overflow tank that it begins to bulge outward.
Check the oil and look for any white/greyish milk shake consistency fluid on the oil fill cap or on the radiator cap. Keep a close eye on your oil and water levels if your gurgling sound continues. This is not normal and again, usually is a sign that there is a possible leak between the headgasket and a water jacket on the head.
Did you overheat the vehicle anytime soon? This will many times breech a head gasket between water jackets and begin spraying water in small amounts right into the engine cylinders, while it pressurizes the cooling system and makes gurgling noises.

Aug 13, 2014 | 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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Gurgling sound


Refrigerant migration nothing can be done.

Apr 28, 2014 | Scotsman Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Worcester 25si water from overflow and gurgling from boiler when switched on


Check the filling loop is turned off.
Does the water pressure rise from cold to hot, if so the expansion vessel has gone.

Apr 16, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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When I turn off the engine the coolant comes out the overflow


Bad news Janet, it sounds as if you might have a crack in the cylinder head or a leak in the cylinder head gasket. Did the car run hot at some point?

Dec 16, 2013 | 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass

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04 sebring gurgling engine


I expect you are getting air into the system, probably due to low coolant level which is probably caused by the leak. You need to get the leak fixed as soon as possible, and in any case, keep the overflow tank full.

Jan 30, 2018 | Chrysler Sebring Cars & Trucks

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Radiator overflow tank makes gurgling sound after engine is turned off. Engine doesn't overheat. just had car service and coolent was fine. no leaks.


You might need to have your cooling system bled, to get all the air out of it. That gurgling is probably just air being pushed in to the overflow tank. Not to much to worry about though.

Aug 02, 2011 | 2007 Chevrolet Uplander LS Minivan

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Cooling system problem


ok, its not an overflow tank, its an expansion tank, small difference, sounds like all is normal, just keep an eye on that etmp for a while

Jan 02, 2009 | 1987 Toyota Celica

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