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Transmission line leak

Cant get the line to stop leaking do the lines have 2 orings and one spacer on each line

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  • LOUIEPWAGON Dec 18, 2008

    THE TRANSMISSION LINE THAT RUNS FROM THE RADIATOR TO THE TRANSMISSION ON MY 95 JEEP CHEROKEE KEEPS LEAKING

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Buy the kits from the dealer, lube them with oil and push into the tranny end. Make sure the old orings are not in the tranny. The kit has the orings on the installer already. Each line has oring-spacer-oring.

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