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Transmission cooling lines leakage

I drive a Ford Windstar mini van and the transmission cooling lines are leaking where they connect to the radiator....how do I fix that?

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First check to see if they are loose then check to see if you have a hole in your lines if they are loose then just thighten them up not really tight just snug them up if you have a hole in your line you can replace it with a new one you can find them at any auto parts store also make sure not to cross thread the lines when you put them back on if you replace them or take them off

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