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Old 10-17-2000, 01:17 PM
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One of the best things to do on older cars is clean the areas that see leakage from to evaluate just how bad the leak(s) are. Spend $$ wisely, if this leakage is causing damage to costly $$$ or rubber componets then repair; otherwise a quart of fluid is $1.5-$3.
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