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    Question help required regarding corolla axio radiator problem

    aoa
    i got 2007 model corolla axio fielder 1.5 auto there is one strange issue with its radiator it throws water out from the reserve bottle ,i fill it up after every three four days there is no heating problem with car even on ac, fan works as well. few friends suggested following solutions but i am not sure what to do.
    1. replace radiator cap
    2. take out the thermostat valve
    3. replace the head gaskit

    i am not sure what to do if any one can help me out that would be really nice.
    thanks

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    i solved same problem by bleeding air from the system.

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    start the car in the morning(or when engine is cold) and open the radiator cap. if bubbles come constantly and there is white or green smoke, it is head gasket.

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    1. replace radiator cap Only
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    never fill up water.. maintain coolant level in expansion tank aka reservoir bottle to the HIGH level mark only.which is apporx 1.5 inch below the bottle neck.
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    If radiator cap gasket got damaged or its spring lost tension, then it could be happened .
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    aoa
    thanks all for there replies i will try these options one by one and then see what happen inform you once all done thanks again for your time.

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