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Is it a big job to change the coolant pipe that comes from the side of the engine and connects to the hoses, i have a pin hole leak under the thermo sensor 1999 chevy cavelier

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Its not too bad of a job, what you do is get a jack with a piece of wood on it an jack it up to the oil pan underneath the engine, then unbolt the motor mount which then makes easy access to the pipe, then jack the motor up an it will move up making it easier to get to the pipe, unbolt everything connected to the pipe an turn it sideways to get through the bracket an pull it out, its time consuming but not very difficult

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