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Tranmission cooling line

What is easier replacing the line or splicing? Where can I find info on how to do it?

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Hello
Prity simple job
I would replace the line much better fix then splicing it.
dis connect the line from the radiator then trace it back to the transmission and disconnect it there,
take the old line in to a auto parts store to compare to the new one,
you will loose a bit of trans fluid so check it after you replace the line.
Let me know how it goes
RD

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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