have a 2002 Santa Fe that is sporadically leaking water. .

Asked by Sep 15, 2013 at 11:36 PM about the 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Sometimes it drips, sometimes a steady stream emptying the radiator.  Then I'll re-fill the radiator and it won't leak at all.  Then a few drips again. I'm told it's likely the water pump and that it's very costly to repair and replace.  About $600.  Can't believe it cost that much.  Any suggestions?  Right now I'm driving with gallons of water in case it empties and starts overheating.

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Find another mechanic, should run you closer to $400 for parts and labor.

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