Question about 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
If you are certain the heater core is leaking, I would shop around for estimates. This repair requires complete removal of the dashboard, and is not a repair for the faint of heart.
Parts are a minor portion, and labor is the lions share. If you are inclined and have the tools/patience, you can save quite a chunk of money.
You want to only do it once though, and do it right. Might also consider replacing the A/C evap while your in there.
Expect the quotes to run in the $800-1200 dollar range.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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