Toyota Camry



July, 17, 2007 AT 7:00 PM

1994 Toyota Camry LS, 162,000 miles V6

forgive me if this question is ridiculous, but could a hole a little smaller than a dime on the top of my coolant reservoir lead to overheating problems? I am not sure if it will drastically effect the pressure on the radiator system. The car overheated yesterday and I added more coolant, but I noticed spillage on the floor hours later when I went back to drive the car, but the reservoir was empty.

1 Answer



July, 18, 2007 AT 4:54 PM

Recheck the coolant level-fill it, replace the radiator cap, inspect the hose-replace the reservoir or patch it up. This don't work then its something Big. Within the coolant system.

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