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Ford E-150 Coolant Hose Replacement

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Ford E-150 Coolant Hose Replacement

RepairSmith offers upfront and competitive pricing. The average cost for Ford E-150 Coolant Hose Replacement is $105. Drop it off at our shop and pick it up a few hours later, or save time and have our Delivery mechanics come to you.

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Location
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2006 Ford E-150
4.6L V8 XL • 112,000 miles
Pleasanton CA 94588
Nov 23, 2020
$97 - $119
2003 Ford E-150
5.4L V8 Base • 241,000 miles
Weed CA 96094
Nov 17, 2020
$89 - $109
2014 Ford E-150
4.6L V8 Base • 44,000 miles
Escondido CA 92030
Nov 16, 2020
$99 - $121
2007 Ford E-150
5.4L V8 XL • 196,000 miles
Granada Hills CA 91344
Nov 14, 2020
$93 - $113
2013 Ford E-150
4.6L V8 XL • 58,000 miles
Burbank CA 91523
Nov 3, 2020
$93 - $113
2014 Ford E-150
4.6L V8 XL • 81,000 miles
Las Vegas NV 89180
Oct 27, 2020
$99 - $121
2010 Ford E-150
4.6L V8 Base • 137,000 miles
San Marino CA 91108
Oct 22, 2020
$94 - $114
2003 Ford E-150
5.4L V8 Base • 126,000 miles
Mission Viejo CA 92691
Oct 14, 2020
$86 - $105
2011 Ford E-150
4.6L V8 XLT • 135,000 miles
Los Angeles CA 90062
Oct 3, 2020
$97 - $119
2006 Ford E-150
5.4L V8 Chateau • 149,000 miles
Lincoln CA 95648
Sep 29, 2020
$91 - $111
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Dec 15, 2020 8:42 PM
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What are Coolant Hoses?

Coolant hoses are like that friend that everyone likes, who makes sure that the group is getting along fine. The hoses connect the different components in the cooling system together. Your car’s engine, radiator, heater core, and water pump are all tied together through those unassuming hoses.

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Symptoms of faulty Coolant Hoses

Low coolant level

Coolant hoses carry coolant through them. Shocking, right? If the car’s coolant levels are low, it might be because of a leak in the hose. Speaking of leaks...

Houston, we have a leak

If you spot a puddle of liquid under your car, it might be that your dog chose an inopportune place to do their business. More likely, you’ve got a leak somewhere in your car. That leak could be from the coolant hoses. If you’re familiar with coolant, you can check out the leak to see whether the liquid is coolant or something else. Either way, something’s probably wrong.

Visible hose damage

You probably don’t pop your hood every morning to look at your engine. But if you do, hey, no judgment. If you spot damage on the hoses - such as cracks, swelling, or holes - well that’s a pretty good sign that they’re not as healthy as they ought to be. While you may not spot the damages, a mechanic likely will when doing other repairs, or changing your oil.

Overheating engine

You know that little thermometer on your dashboard, that lets you know the temperature of the engine? Pay attention to it when it talks to you. If your car is low on coolant, it won’t be able to - you guessed it - cool down. That makes your engine hot. A hot engine is not good. You probably could have figured that one out on your own.

Steam rising from your engine

Let’s be honest: steam emerging from under your hood is scary. It looks like smoke. Smoke is bad. If it is smoke, well, you’ve got a bigger problem on your hands. But most of the time it’s steam, which can come from leaking coolant landing on hot engine parts and bursting into steam. Steam is a pretty sure sign of coolant hoses that aren’t doing their job.

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How urgent is a Coolant Hose replacement?

Coolant is your engine’s responsible friend. It keeps the engine safe. When the coolant can’t keep the engine cool, your car is liable to suffer much worse damage than just a few hoses.

It’s an affordable repair that, if ignored, leads to some not-so affordable repairs. You know what to do here. Get the hoses replaced.

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How can we help?

You might be heating from the stress of car repair, but we can help keep your car cool.

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