Check the ends of the hoses to ensure they’re properly seated. Check the clamps at the same time to make sure they’re snug and holding the hose in place without pinching it, which can cause tearing and leaks.
Move the Toyota Corolla to a clean, dry location and allow it to run for several minutes. Check for any signs of leaking or damage beneath the car. Make any necessary adjustments to the hoses or clamps to stop the leaks.
Tips & Warnings
Inspect your Corolla’s hoses and clamps when the car’s engine compartment is cool.
Always replace the clamps any time you replace a hose in your Toyota Corolla. Take the hoses and clamps with you to the auto parts store to find the exact replacement parts.