It’s going to be expensive to repair the cooling system in our car

My stress is through the roof right now.

I have to address a number of mechanical concerns with our pickup truck.

The power steering has been leaking so much that I have to carry a bottle of fluid to top it off everyday. I have an oil leak as well, but it’s significantly less than the power steering leaks. One issue that I was able to repair was our brakes, which had worn down after countless years of continual use. I ended up replacing all several brake pads before having our tires swapped out with new 1s. Despite the cumulative costs, I was able to afford minor fixes for all of these concerns. But, now I’m running into a complication I worry is too expensive to be within our grasp. The cooling system in our truck stopped toiling plus I hoped it just needed more coolant. Often a vehicle cooling system will quit cooling the air if they need a coolant top off. For these situations, it’s a somewhat simple plus quick fix. I hoped that it would be similar for me, but I soon found out that our A/C compressor had fried. If I wanted a/c in our truck again, I’d essentially have to replace the entire system. We’re talking several thoUSnd dollars on an vehicle that already has 200,000 miles on it. It’s a aggravating dilemma. Part of me thinks that I should deal with the lack of A/C for now plus save for a newer truck. At the same time, it’s seriously overheated right now. Of course I could manage to survive without air cooling in our truck, but it’s not going to be a fun experience. My best bet is to deal with the concerns for as long as possible until I can afford a new vehicle of some kind.

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