2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Q&A

2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Question: coolant replacement system

good year quoted me a $600 dollar price on the coolant system. is that a good price or where should look to find a better price? -
Answer 1
What portion of the cooling system is to be replaced? You cannot replace a cooling system as a whole. -
Comment 1
coolant leak -
Comment 2
You will need to have a pressure test performed. This can be done for typically less than $50. Once this is done, you will know exactly where the leak is and can obtain a good estimate for repair. -
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