Won't start

Asked by Feb 24, 2017 at 03:03 PM about the 2002 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was driving to work and while driving my car went
out. Once I parked, I popped the Hood and saw that
there was no fluid. Put fluid in it and car wouldn't
start. Sounded like it wanted to turn but it wouldn't
and when I checked the fluids again it was none.
Prior to this my heat and air quit working as well.
Any who I was told I needed a new radiator. Would
that be the reason my car wouldn't start?

3 Answers

120,195

If you ran the engine dry it is probably toast.

So should I replace the radiator first before I jump to that conclusion or should I just stick a fork in it

25

Dear it is not radiator issue, first fill the water in the radiator and leave the radiator cover open, then try to start the car, once you start the car keep an eye on the radiator, once you start the car, just see that when you rotate the engine is the water jumping out of the radiator or no, if the water is trying to come out from the radiator while you rotate the engine then you have a problem with the head gasket and you need to replace a new gasket and your engine will start, this could happen in case of over heating.just check this point and leave your feedback.

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