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Also, the same night the car wouldnt start, my engine coolant was bone dry!

(2000 Toyota Camry)
in Glenolden, PA on August 11, 2012
First thing I noticed when I popped the hood was the engine coolant bone dry. Then when towed to the mechanic , they say a new fuel pump. Does the coolant leaking have anything to do with my car not starting? Is the fuel pump not involved at all? HELP> PLEASE>
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on August 16, 2012
>>PLEASE<<< check the reply to the other question you posted....may help..
on August 11, 2012
yes a coolant leak will cause a car from starting .If it overheats to a certain point the ecm should shut the fuel off so you dont blow up your engine.tell yuor mechanic to first chech for power and ground
if both are present it could be your fuel if there is no power scan test the ecm to see if you have a faulty temp sensor good luck
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