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93 plymouth voyager - radiator hose leaking, chirping sound from engine and hood release broken so hood won't stay closed. Is this something a 50 year old woman can fix by herself?

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You can try an tighten clamp that holds hose onto rad, or if its hose, take it off an go to parts store an get same thing an put on same way took off......chirping could just be belt or pulley, ( cant really say what to do about that)....hood release can get from parts store also, should only be 2 bolts hold it down an you'll see how cable is in there...An yes you can do it, as long as you dont mind getting dirty...

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