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How often should radiator hoses be changed on 2005 Nissan Altima'a and what is the average cost to do this ?

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I would say around 30,000 give or take, the radiator hoses break down from the inside out,and as with any rubber pruduct it does deteriate after time and high heat constsant contricting and swelling, price will really vary depending on size curves etc, and labor cost

Posted on May 11, 2009

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10 years and cost is around $200 parts and labor.

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Hoses can last 5 to 7 years. They should be inspected at every oil change. If they become oil soaked, are not properly restrained and protected then they will fail prematurely. The price changes due to how many hoses you need and where you go(what the shops rate is) Also the price changes for the hoses, but you can call your local dealer or parts store for aftermarket pricing.

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