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My 2001 Lincoln Navigator with 135,000 miles has a oil leak mechanic says (right head gasket) & the heater is not working right and the mechanic says(acuator door) should i pat to have it fixed or get a new vehicle?

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Audra Fordin, Owner at Great Bear Auto Shop Hi Becki, To keep, or not to keep! That is the question only you can answer. 135,000 miles is quite a bit of driving considering the age of your car. When making your decision think about wear and tear, insurance, repair costs, what you use your vehicle for, payments... If a new car is in your budget once all is considered, I would go for it. Mechanically yours, Audra

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