Coolant Leak on 2003 Toyota RAV4

Spent $406.62 to repair coolant leak. Was told they replaced intake manifold set due to leaks around gaskets. Car still leaks coolant. Was I ripped off? Where else could the leak be originating?

by in Garner, NC on February 22, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on February 22, 2011
first, before you do anything else, take the car back to the shop that did repair. this leak could be from work they did or didn't do correctly or one of 100 other places on the car.
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