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More info? would that hose thing be an easy thing to fix? it stopped leaking and it didn't seem to be coming from the radiator because i checked the fluid. and i was able to move it from the gas station that it happened at and didn't notice any leaking. so i'm hoping it just the hose instead of the radiator.

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The hose itself is easy to change - it just has a clamp at each end that holds it in place and keeps it sealed. You'd have to drain some of the fluid (most probably, since it's the lower hose), and then refill the radiator, burp it, and top it off. Not terribly hard to do at all.

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