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First up have some blanking plugs handy to put on the fittings you remove the hoses from on the tranny. Will save a lot of mess and oil There may be oil to the cooler so be prepared for a bit of a mess there. Replace the hoses ensureing the nuts are tight. Run the engine and check for low oil in the tranny as the lines will take up oil. Add oil if necessary

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