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The top radiator hose is colasping instead of pulling fluid from resovouir.

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Replace hose.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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This is actually not too difficult.
I recommend replacing the upper, and lower radiator hoses while you are replacing the radiator if they are getting old.
1. Disconnect the battery.
2. Remove radiator fan (Some had two 10mm bolts at the top, and slots at the bottom, others had two more 10mm bolts on the bottom.) - And unplug the electrical connector.
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Where are you located sherdibelle, is the cost labor and parts. See if you can find a radiator shop that will boil out your radiator. I quickly checked and a after market radiator cost $150.00-$200.00 so the place you went to is charging $800.00 labor or is this at a dealership. what is the labor rate.

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If it's the return line and not the pressure line you can cut it and put some rubber hose from the parts store over the cut part with a couple clamps and that'll hold you for quite a while till you can get the line and get it installed.

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