Red fluid leak drivers side (1 Viewer)

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Can anyone assist in telling me what might be causing this. I think it’s coolant.

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If it is your heater Ts - part number is 87248-60460 and you need two of them. Check the condition of all of your coolant hoses while you’re at it.
 

AlpineAccess

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Here to agree on the location of the coolant leak. You also know there is a pan plug missing which I'm guessing is why you were under there. The gasket maker on there is interesting, but seems to be working. Should just be a copper crush washer. I would inspect those pan threads to figure out why gasket maker was used. May have been over-torqued.
 

ls6

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+1 heater t's. I thought my transmission puked in my driveway at first, red fluid must be atf..... nope, when i opened the hood there was obvious coolant splatter on the drivers side rear area of the bay dripping down.

make sure you get quality parts, i thought i ordered OEM heater t's, they even came in bags with toyota stickers w/ part numbers but they were fakes upon closer inspection. Ended up with 4 season galvanized heater T's
 

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