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Radiator well leak

Need to replace the radiator well on a '95 Buick Skylark. Is that possible to do all by itself, or do I need to just need to replace the whole radiator assembly?

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To make repair a new or good used one will be in your best interest. most well repairs,< if they are able to solder have to be done by experienced people>. Not what everyone wants to hear, but I have done a lot of trial and error and error wins most of time when experience is key.

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Your first question sounds like a coolant flow problem.
  1. Make sure that the cooling fans are running when the car is hot
  2. Check radiator temps in several places( an infared thermometer can be used for this). Radiator temp should not vary more that about 15 degrees from inlet to outlet side of the radiator. If there is a lot of temperature variance a coolant flush might help, but you probably have partially restricted raditor.
  3. Check for coolant flow. While doing the flush remove the radiator inlet hose and start the car. MAKE SURE THE COOLANT TEMP IS NOT HOT. If there is lots of flow the water pump is pumping.
  4. Check operation of the thermostat. It is a good idea to replace the thermostat whenever doing cooling system repairs.
For your second question you also seem to be going in the right direction. The fuel pump has a check valve in it that can fail and cuase lack of fuel pressure on start up.

If you do have a fuel leak it will cause the same concern. Make sure that there are no fuel leaks.

Another possibility for this concern could be low battery voltage due to a weak battery, or corroded battery terminals or cables.

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