Thank you for the tip Mark, I will get that done asap. I have a great local radiator shop, and a family mechanic that has worked on every car I have owned to date.
The thermostat and housing were replaced in 2007 (receipts came with car), so I don't think that's the problem, but it's cheap to check anyway so I might as well replace them. I will put in new hoses and maybe belts as well since it will be apart anyway, and they are starting to show their age.
Just one quick question, any idea how much a cleaning and flow check costs? I can pick up a brand new radiator for $83.99 at my local parts store, so maybe that's the route to take. Oh well, I'll give the shop a call in the morning. Thank you!
Saturday, April 25th, 2009 AT 7:13 AM