Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Alero
Posted by Anonymous on
Try looking at all the hoses...AND Water Pump...you should be able to see and verify the leak...hoses etc...the Water Pump is not expensive on your Alero...($35.) Yes, change thermostat at time of coolant drain for Water Pump as needed...:) Hope this helps.
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