problems with 2000 toyota camry 5sfe 2.2 replaced thermostat & rad cap, which was bubbling out the over flow tank. still losing coolant. over flow tank goes empty & im adding almost 1 gallon of coola

Asked by Mar 01, 2017 at 10:20 AM about the 2000 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Was this issue present BEFORE the Thermostat and Cap replacement? If YES....You either have an internal coolant leak.....eg......Cracks or blown head gasket.....or external leak ...eg...hoses Radiator heater core.,....etc. Both require a Cooling System Pressure Test. Did you notice any clouds of white smoke coming out of the exhaust pipe when the engine is running?

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thank you for your input. when the car completely cooled down, i had found water pump leaking through weep hole. ive replaced water pump & issue has stopped. also changed thermostat

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Cool....nice job. Glad you have good eye sight. Good Luck and thanks for the update.

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