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Automatic transmission coolant leak 2007 Toyota Camry

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I noticed last week that the air conditioner in my car wasn’t blowing that cold of air. So I opened up the hood and took a look. I noticed that the coolant/antifreeze was extremely low and also, there was coolant that was splatter all over the bottom of the front engine area near the radiator. I filled up the reserve with coolant and a couple of days later, checked the level again and it was low. I noticed that the bottom of the radiator was extremely wet from all the coolant leaking out and the smell of it was strong. My vehicle has not been overheating and I haven’t noticed any steam/smoke coming from the engine when driving or idling. Is the radiator getting close to being obsolete? Could there be a hose leak? Or a nut that is loose? Thanks for the help! My car has 125000 miles. My car has an automatic transmission.

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    There could possibly be a leak from a clamp between the radiator and the hose. I would recommend to clean it up properly and start your vehicle to build some pressure in the coolant system and check underneath if you can find the leak.

    Check this for some tips:
    Fix a Coolant leak

    Ask A Mechanic Admin - Jun 05, 2018 |Reply


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