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Metal pipe running above starter with coolant is leaking, can it be replaced

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themoneypitt did just fine,except it's not a gasket,it is a O-ring.
At least it is on the 1995 Acclaim.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008


SOURCE: The rear heater lines, metal pipes, have Is there

Have you thought of sandpapering the lines clean, then using JB Weld?

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