1992 Toyota Camry OVERHEATS WITH AC IN USE

Tiny
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  • 1992 TOYOTA CAMRY
Engine Cooling problem
1992 Toyota Camry Four Wheel Drive Automatic

Good Sir, I own a camry 1992 v6. 3.0 engine, it started overheating when driving with or without AC in use, I changed the radiator following a recommendation from my mechanic, and it stops overheating without using AC. Now. The coolant throws up water from its hose when the AC is in use and that occurs whenever I stop or park the car. Please what could be the problem. I noticed that the AC condenser fan spins slowly, could that be a problem? Why is it discharging water from the coolant's hose after stopping or parking. Please help me out with your expert advice. Thank you.
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Thursday, November 19th, 2009 AT 5:45 AM

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Tiny
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When AC on fans should be on and at high is its start to run hotter
if not check the coolant fan operation
when you say coolant hose leaking water
do you mean at the over flow tank
if so its an indication that system is running hotter than it should be
also check radiator cap
or a hose that connected to the engine and or radiator
as they should not be leaking
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Thursday, November 19th, 2009 AT 5:54 AM

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