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Had radiator changed and hoses that cool radiator

Had raditor changed and hoses that cool radiator Has 221,000 miles and seem like a leak or exhaust system seem loose but checked and Ok

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Sure you can use old everything but whats the jeporty if it breaks down? Your young daughter walking home late at night? Or your tough guy just going home with all your buddies that just got off too and they'll help you out? Fix it right if you ned to trust it, Or just throw it away when the motorblows from sudden overheating. sure it may run a long time, long as your young daughter isn't left out on the raod at night.

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