Q: Upper radiator hose needs replacement.

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Radiator hose leaking.

My car has 200000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. If the upper radiator hose is leaking, I would recommend having the vehicle serviced as soon as possible. If left unattended, a leaking radiator hose may cause overheating, which can cause serious engine damage. To get a quote or schedule an appointment for this repair, enter your vehicle’s information on our booking page to get an estimate for this service.

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