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Coolant leak problems can cause the coolant in your car to run out of steam, which in turn can damage the engine, potentially causing the car to crash.
Coolant leaks also damage your engine if they happen near the engine bay.
The Coolant Repair Cost calculator is an easy way to find the correct repair cost for your car.
You can input your vehicle’s odometer reading, a coolant reading, and your current engine performance rating.
It will then calculate the total cost of the repair, which can be adjusted according to the actual damage.
Here are a few examples of how it works:Coolant leaks are more common than you might think, with a reported number of more than 7,500 across the United States.
The Coolantsafe website says that as of February 2018, there are more than 14,700 coolant-leak repair services across the country.
Coolantsafe says it’s not responsible for any repairs you may perform.
The repair can be done on your own, or at an authorized service facility.
If you’re looking for a quick fix, check out our guide to getting the most out of the oil change.