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When ever your radiator goes a leaking,it must be replaced,get them at Autozone,they come with a lifetime warranty,I use them,never have to buy another.Let me know what year and engine size it is and I will send you a step by step on how to replace and how much is a new one,need to replace your radiator cap and coolant.

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