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1999 Beetle Radiator

My radiator just went out, on top of all the other problems I have had with this car. I am getting it fixed but it seems as if the shop I am taking it to is overcharging me. Does anyone know what the cost is to replace one?

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Maybe 300-400 bucks this is also for the new part might be a bit more where you live prices are diffeent


should not bee more then i would guess 500

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