Coolant leak after thermostat opens 2004 sienna
I did a bunch of maintenance on my 2004 sienna this weekend.
1. New radiator, upper & lower hoses, thermostat and seal
2. Timing belt, tensioner, pulleys, and water belt, & new oil pump seal
I started it up and ran great. no leaks. Ran it again today, and now i'm getting a leak after the thermostat opens. I had issues on getting the upper engine mount off, and I'm afraid I tweaked the coolant outlet pipe.
Now, i'm looking for some brainstorming as I can't see where it's leaking other than its high on the engine. I confirmed it's not the thermostat housing, but obviously the water pump would be a chore to see. It drips down both sides of the engine, so I'd have a hard time believing it's the pump.
The manual is a joke in the html format and trying to find anything that shows me where the coolant outlet hose comes out is a big mystery. I can see the hose coming in to the outlet pipe portion that connects to the upper hose. I see coolant, but I'm not sure its leaking and it could be remnants of what may have split pouring fluid in.
Any one have any thoughts?