- •Owner states that after driving for about 15 minutes and then parking, some steam was coming from under hood, and coolant could be seen dripping from below front of vehicle. Owner states coolant temp gauge did not exhibit any abnormal readings prior to stopping. •Pressure-tested cooling system; found radiator leaking from deteriorated upper tank. Need to replace radiator. •Due to age and relatively easy access when radiator is removed, recommend replace radiator coolant hoses at this time. Hose replacement declined. •After completing repair, verified heater core, cooling fan, and coolant thermostat operation is normal. •No sign of overheating damage to engine detected during inspection, or during post-repair road test and check. •AC compressor belt has been removed previously. •Air filter housing shows signs of rodent incursion and/or residence. Recommend park in a different area, if possible. •Engine valve cover gaskets starting to leak oil; not leaking enough at this time to warrant urgent attention.
- RADIATOR – Remove & Replace – w/Automatic Trans & w/AC
ART GLENN A. gave our service a 5 star review on 4/16/2021