For your information in 2007 I was 13th in the UK in a national competition for mechanics for electronic diagnostics, aircon systems and auto gearboxes in an entry field of over 5000.
In 1992 I won the top technician award in the uk for vauxhall vehicles. In 1997 I was in the top 500 worldwide in BMW techician competition.
I have worked for Jaguar, Rover, Ford, Citroen, BMW, Volvo, Vauxhall and have attended many courses and have alsways passed exams with distinction awards.
I have been in the trade for over 30 years and have been self employed running my own business for 10 years.
Two of the sections you talked about were for removing the earth cable from the battery and for draining the cooling system. Hardly rocket science.
The third involved removing the instrument cluster which involves removing about 4 screws.
I have no idea when you asked the question about you level of skill which obviously wasnt high. If you had said you new absolutely nothing about cars, I would have included the diagram for the dash. Most people on here have some knowledge or are able to to basic tasks.
You couldn't even get the description of the fault right and where the leak was. I answered your question correctly as it was asked.
I also work hard for my money and also have to go through constant update training as systems and technology evolves and this isn't cheap.
The information sysems I use cost a lot of money that comes out my pocket. The experts at justanswer are not employed by the website. We are all independant technicians trying to make a bit extra for ourselves.
You will also note that this is a PAY site. Even though you are unwilling to ACCEPT my answer so that I get paid, your credit/debit card will have been debited when you paid your deposit.