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Radiator Hose Repair Service

How much does a Radiator Hose Repair cost?

On average, the cost for a Audi 4000 Radiator Hose Repair is $258 with $144 for parts and $114 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

CarServiceEstimateShop/Dealer Price
1982 Audi 4000L4-1.6L Turbo DieselService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$426.65Shop/Dealer Price$519.82 - $752.06
1984 Audi 4000L4-1.8LService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$402.65Shop/Dealer Price$495.85 - $728.13
1986 Audi 4000L4-1.8LService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$402.65Shop/Dealer Price$495.85 - $728.12
1981 Audi 4000L4-1.7LService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$402.65Shop/Dealer Price$495.80 - $728.04
1980 Audi 4000L5-2.2LService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$595.03Shop/Dealer Price$736.36 - $1112.94
1982 Audi 4000L4-1.7LService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$402.65Shop/Dealer Price$495.85 - $728.12
1983 Audi 4000L4-1.7LService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$408.65Shop/Dealer Price$501.56 - $733.62
1982 Audi 4000L4-1.6L DieselService typeRadiator Hose RepairEstimate$408.65Shop/Dealer Price$502.35 - $734.99
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What is the Radiator Hose all about?

Radiator/cooling system hoses are an important part of your car's cooling system, which is designed to keep the engine from overheating. When your car’s engine is running it creates heat. The radiator/cooling system hoses carry coolant through the radiator and back through the engine to keep it operating at an optimal temperature. There are mulitple hoses in a given system. An upper hose connects the top of the radiator to the top of the engine. A lower hose connects the bottom of the radiator to the water pump of the engine, which keeps coolant flowing through the system.

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Keep in mind:

If a radiator/cooling system hose bursts or leaks, the engine will not get the proper amount of coolant and will overheat, possibly causing severe damage. The hoses are made of rubber, so It is common for them to crack and weaken over time and because of the high temperature in the engine compartment.

How it's done:

  • Pressure check cooling system for leaks.
  • Remove and replace the hose that is leaking or blown.
  • Fill radiator with the proper mixture of 50/50 coolant.
  • Bleed the cooling system.
  • Re-check for any leaks.

Our recommendation:

It is a good idea to replace the hoses every 5 years or 40,000 miles. If you see coolant (red, yellow or green fluid) on your driveway get the car inspected for leaks. If you suspect a leak, do not delay repair. Driving with leaking hoses can cause severe damage to the engine.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Radiator Hose?

  • AC or heater is not working well.
  • Coolant is leaking.
  • Steam coming out of the engine compartment.
  • Bulges or cracks in radiator hose(s)

How important is this service?

It is important to replace worn or leaking hoses as preventative maintenance to prevent future failure of these hoses where they may burst, causing engine overheating.

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Jonathan

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Jonathan
13 years of experience
Audi 4000 L4-1.6L Turbo Diesel - Alternator Belt - Arlington, Texas
Jonathan showed up early for his scheduled appointment. That doesn't happen often in life. Ask your doctors office. He was fully prepared for the reported issue with my car. He informed me that the job may take 20 minutes or hours, based on the complexibility of the bolt location and if they were factory standard. Most of the bolts were tightened back in 1983 and had not been loose since. He took almost 2 hours but the job was done correctly. My test drive proved the work to be correct, He will be recommended to others and will be requested to come back for any other repairs needed on my cars

David

16 years of experience
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David
16 years of experience
Audi A6 Quattro V6-3.2L - Radiator Hose - Antelope, California
Very efficient was able to replace the parts in no time. Other work will need to be done on my car and I will use him again here shortly!

Rusty

23 years of experience
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Rusty
23 years of experience
Audi A6 Quattro V6-2.8L - Radiator Hose Repair - Mansfield, Texas
Rusty, was very professional, showed up on time, took pictures of the car, and explained the work that was going to be done. They did what their website said they were going to do. When the work was done, he sent me an email explaining with recorded message of their work. I had some of my own parts and they reduced that amount of my bill when the work was complete. They also did a complete car inspection and let me know the overall health of the car and status of the rest of the car. I was very pleased with their service and would definitely use them again and recommend them.

Marko

10 years of experience
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Marko
10 years of experience
Audi A4 L4-1.8L Turbo - Radiator Hose Repair - Duluth, Georgia
Marko was very good, on time and very knowledgeable about my Audi, completed the entire job in one hour where an outside shop told me it was a 2-3 hour job. Saved me a great deal of money.

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