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2001 Sport Tranmission Cooler Lines

Discussion in 'Transmissions & Transfer Cases' started by steventadams, January 2, 2010.

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  1. steventadams

    steventadams Active Member

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    One problem after another now that im pusing 150k miles. One of the steel cooler lines for the transmission underneath the radiator has a small hole in it that is spewing trans fluid. I need to replace it so my questions are: (1) What exactly are the lines called? and (2) Does anyone have a part number so I can get new ones? Thanks.

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    Got more choices than that. You could just cut the line out that is bad, get some new line at your parts store and use compression fittings to patch it up, or cant you cut out a section and use a rubber hose? The pressure isnt that high where if you were to create something on the end of the cut line to help hold the rubber line on (like on the end of a brake line) it would work. (OK, so i forgot what you call the end)

    (edit) *Mind you, only cut out the part of the line that is necessary to repair, not the entire transmission cooler line. Its probably a 3/8 or 5/16th metal line, available at parts stores, if you need to bend it get yourself a bender there as well. Maybe even a flare tool (my memory returns!)
     
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