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You must find the source of the leak before any estimate of cost to repair can be made.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pop the hood. locate two long metal pins - one goes in horizontally, one goes in vertically. Pull the pins and the assembly comes out. remove top rubber cover. Unplug bulb. Remove. Replace. Repeat.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Yes this models tend to do that, check the coolant mixture after repair, yes is a diy proyect but you at least will have basic mechanic abilities to perform this, make sure you mark all the hoses and cables when dismantling.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
It could be your water pump gasket or thermastate gasket. Have you had any one of them parts replaced recently? They could have put the gaskets on slightly off center causeing it to leak. Find where the leak is coming from. Sometimes the gaskets if old do leak. And if you drive make sure you to watch the temperture gage. Shut off if it gets to hot or you could do damage to your motor. Good luck!
Also if its a slow leak you can put water in it if you not going to get it replaced right away. But make sure to use anti freeze if you think its going to get below 32 degrees soon. Because just water will freeze but for warm weather its a quick fix until you can get it to the mechanic.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
You could but it is a tricky job as you need to take a good part of the dash apart. I wouldn't bring it to the dealer unless you have cash to burn. The part will probably be a couple hundred and then 3-4 hours labor or so. Probable plan $600 or so.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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