Question about Cars & Trucks
Well, not sure what you are doing with coolant in your house. However if your car, check for a hole in the hose. If a hole, you will need to replace the hose. Check the overflow tank and make sure your hose is connected at the top of the radiator.
Posted on Apr 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: coolant system
there is a drain plug on the bottom of the radiator / after you have drained it all 50% water 50% coolant add a couple of gallons leave cap off then burp the system then put more water to top it off
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: Coolant Leak/2003 Dodge Intrepid
This is a very hard question to answer, It depends on where the leak is. If it's something like a hose that is leaking, then it should be an inexpensive fix. If the water pump is leaking and defective, it will cost a little more due to the cost of the part and the labor involved in replacing it. I priced the water pump for your car at autozone and they had one for $99.99 with a limited lifetime warranty and they had one for $55.99 with a one year warranty. That gives you an idea of the cost of a water pump. This is all speculation, however, until I know where the leak is coming from.
I would suggest that you shop around at other repair facilites to get the best deal on the repair. Studies have shown that maintenance costs rise when done by dealers versus independent repair facilities, so it might pay to shop around. Really sorry for your trouble and I hope this helped. If you can provide more detail on where the leak seems to be coming from it will help narrow down what you are looking at insofar as repair costs go. Best wishes.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
unscrew it out of the thermostat housing and screw a new one in. make sure cars not hot when you do this.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
The valve controlling the flow of coolant to the heater is stuck shut - either the valve itself or the cables controlling it are faulty. You will have to check which yourself.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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