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How hard is it to replace your oil coolant line? and if an expert does it, how much would it cost?

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I wouldn't go to a mechanic for that,I also have a great deal of respect for them,but don't consider them experts.
Todays vehicles, are so technical,you could spend an entire career, and not be an expert.

This is chat room,the same people like yourself, are the ones answering your questions.
You can answer questions,on any subject, you know about.

We don't have prices

If you have some mechanical skills you can replace it

Posted on Nov 11, 2010


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Usually the 'O' ring gets hard and cracks letting oil escape. 'O' lives between the oil cooler and filter mount. Most shops can do the job and cost depends where you are but assume around $200 or so
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