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    • I am having similiar problems with my 1999 Chevy Venture. It started leaking coolant in about January. Took it to my boyfriend’s mechanic (who owns his own shop so he’s a little cheaper than most shops/dealerships, but he is still a certified mechanic), and he put some stop leak into it for me (I could not afford to fix it then as I was waiting for income tax info so I could file and get my return first) anyway, that stopped the leak (which at the time was minor). Now is has just sprung a huge leak. My boyfriend filled up the overflow with coolant (which was completely empty when he checked it) and the next morning, there was a huge puddle of coolant all over my garage floor.
      I’m a stay at home mom so I don’t drive the vehicle very much. I have owned it for about 3 1/2 years and have not even put 10,000 miles on it in the 3 years I’ve had it. So just fyi I guess that I don’t drive it hard, or drive it very far. I drive daily to get my kids to school (4 blocks from my house) and to the store, dr’s appt’s, etc. So now I am not sure what I want to do with it. I’m not sure how much it will cost to repair the gaskets, as I was told by my mechanic and my boyfriend’s that GM used the plastic ones, but just wondering if it is worth fixing. It has 153,000 (plus) miles on it and has several other problems both minor and a little more major (from drivers’s side window not wanting to go up at times which I think is an electrical probelm to needing new rear shocks and both my abs and brake lights are on so not sure what those are, was told could be either just sensors or needs new wheel barings. Sorry I’m being so long winded, but just having a hard time deciding what to do. I don’t have enough money to fix it now (I was kind of hoping the stop leak would have worked for at least one year when I could save up some money for another car) and don’t have any money to buy another car either, so I am kind of stuck. I need to find a job (I do work part time from home now but do not make enough to even pay my rent let alone other bills and I am looking for work) so now I’m stuck again, can’t work or even look for a job without a car, don’t want to buy a junker for a couple hundred bucks and be stuck again in a couple months, etc. Was just hoping someone could give me some advice. I have no one to borrow from and without a decent income (not to mention so/so credit) I can’t borrow from a bank, don’t make enough to even go with a buy here pay here place to buy one either. Boyfriend can’t really help (nor do I want to ask him to).
      Any advice would be appreciated! Also was wondering if any one knows what years GM used those plastic gaskets as I am not wanting to buy another GM and have the same problem. My mechanic thought (he wasn’t sure) they stopped using them in about 2005, but I can’t afford anything that new and if I go to an older vehicle how old do I have to go? I did find a 1991 Oldsmoble 98 at a lot for about $2600 with about 150-175K miles (I saw it yesterday and can’t remember exactly the miles on it). Would that one still have the plastic gaskets? Some one please help! I’m desperate. Thanks…

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