I just thought that I share this one with everyone. My 96 LX got a bad leak in a transaxle coolant line. The metal pipe just corroded through after 188,000 miles. Ford wanted $350 for replacement hoses and it's a LOT of work to install them. I thought about it, and measured the OD of the pipe (3/8") and bought a foot of 3/8" ID pressure hose, cut through the line with a hacksaw, and slid the hose over the pipe on both sides of the leak, then put hose clamps on to hold the pressure. Nice, simple, quick, and cheap.