Question about 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
If your smelling coolant than there is a leak. It is doubtful that this was caused by doing a break service. If you trust the Midas that did your brakes and have used there services regularly in the past with no problems than I don't see the harm in at least letting them take a look at the car to identify the problem.
It could be as simple as a blown hose, or it could be a radiator, water pump, or even an external head gasket leak depending on the engine size. You won't know until you take a peak.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2011
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