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Anyone got a guess how much it would cost to replace all the engine hoses (parts + labor)?
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I did something similar on another vehicle. Cost me around 2k if I remember right. That included a new radiator.
 
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2K seems a little steep for Patriot hoses. There aren't that many... upper and lower radiator, possibly oil-to-water cooler hoses and heater core hoses. That's about it.
 

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How old is your Patriot? How many miles? Belts wear physically and need replacement. Today's hoses are such high quality that I generally do not replace them until I see signs of degradation. I have farm tractor hoses well over 20 years old still doing fine (Maintained well - coolant changes, etc.). Of course, everyone's situation is different - age, mileage, etc..
 

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How old is your Patriot? How many miles? Belts wear physically and need replacement. Today's hoses are such high quality that I generally do not replace them until I see signs of degradation. I have farm tractor hoses well over 20 years old still doing fine (Maintained well - coolant changes, etc.). Of course, everyone's situation is different - age, mileage, etc..
Patriot is 7 yrs old with 28K miles on it. I live in Vegas so I'm concerned the heat will do to the hoses.
 
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