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AUTO TRANS OILCOOLER HOSE

MODIFY REPLACE HOSE TO RADIATOR

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Do u need to replace a damaged or rotted section of trans. coolant line? If that is what u are asking, just purchase a section of rubber gas line and hose clamps, cut out the damaged section, install hose and clamps. Works great.

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