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1997 mercury villager...leaking anti freeze from right side...mechanic said its water pump.What does something like that cost and is it worth doing if the car has 181,100 miles on it..

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It will be about 2 hours labor, plus the pump and antifreeze. It's worht doing if the price is under $300.

Look on ebay for a good quality Nissan, Ford or well known aftermarket name. See if shop will either give you a part discont or supply your own.

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