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I have a 2010 Cruze that has coolant issues. It's a slow leak auout two months. Is anyone have same problem? Cause the dealer said I have to change the thermostat housing and bakelite base. Can I add the Coolant Leak Repair in Coolant Recovery Tank? Below is a picture about my problem, you can see the red liquid near the thermostat. Thanks
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I would just change out the thermosat housing and the base, it's a fairly straightforward process that shouldn't take too long. As for the coolant leak repair, I wouldn't recommend it, since the housing is made of plastic so the leak will just get worse no matter what. The coolant leak repair will also cause more problems down the road gumming up the rest of the cooling system.
 
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