Q: How much will a shop charge to repair a leaking 52 chevy styleline heater control vale

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Coolant is leaking from under the dash near globe box on a 52 chevy styleline .

Hi there. Costs will vary on repairing your Skyliner based on multiple factors ranging from parts needed to replace, location of the leak and access to the damaged component. However, it’s possible that one of our mobile mechanics can come to your home and complete the [heater core repair or replacement](https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/heater-control-valve-replacement after completing a coolant leak inspection to determine the source of the leak. However, just a heads up, finding replacement parts for your car might be difficult, so I’d suggest calling around to local repair shops in your area to get a few price quotes on parts and repairs.

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