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Toyota Solara Radiator Hose Replacement Cost

The average cost for a Toyota Solara Radiator Hose Replacement is between $293 and $393. Labor costs are estimated between $228 and $289 while parts are priced between $65 and $104. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
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Radiator Hose Replacement Service and Cost

Best Practices

The entire cooling system should be inspected when replacing coolant hoses. If any other hoses or cooling system parts show signs of wear, they should be replaced at this time.

We recommend using molded coolant hoses rather than "universal" hoses. Universal hoses can be deformed by pressure and heat and are prone to failure earlier than hoses designed to fit your vehicle.

We recommend replacing the hose clamps, as the clamps will weaken over time and new clamps will help prevent coolant leaks.

To help prevent future issues, we recommend replacing the thermostat when the cooling system has been opened for repairs (e.g. water pump or radiator replacement) or during a system flush.

Common Symptoms

Coolant hoses can be damaged by oil leaks. The issue should be addressed in order to avoid damaging the new hoses.

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