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Water Control valve hose is leaking

I am told the water control valve hose is leaking. Deal says can not just fix the hose, must replace the entire valve, for a cost of over $400. Is this true? Can I not just replace the hose?

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Hey John,do you know where the water control valve is?

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SOURCE: I have a water hose leak and can't find where the end

Cooling system leak is misanderstending of what is leaking ?That it is you can fing by coolant vapoure or leake product like salt ,hose is moste likely must repair whitout replaising usin high temperature silicone .

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That is true as far as a Genuine Nissan replacement part is concerned. The bushings are not serviceable through Nissan. You may be able to find them at an aftermarket parts store (ie. Napa, Advanced Auto, etc). If you don't have the tools to push the old bushing out and the new one in, the arm may be the best way to go (and the easiest). Just remember to have the car aligned after replacement to ensure proper tire wear.

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SOURCE: vent control valve system

Yes you can do this job.Just get the evap vent valve replaced.
It is not under the hood but is under the car.

Replacing the canister and valve is simple, just disconnect hoses, remove bolts and reconnect. Just make sure to mark all the hoses before disconnecting, and that the valve "O" ring is in place.
It is located over the spare tire. The reason for the replacement of the canister is that the valve is bolted to the canister and the bolts will break off also sometimes with the corrosion on the bolts causes swelling and cracks the canister. ---------- click this link below for more help:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-to-replace-evap-vent-control-valve.html ------------ This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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