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99 jeep cherokee sport lower trans line driverside

Trying to replace radiator and everything is disconnected but that one line. I cant figure it out and dont want to damage the line in the process. How does that fitting work that is connected to the 90 nipple.

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  • ageedevelopm Jan 31, 2009

    Ok, The line has a metal cone shaped fitting that I can spin around on the 90 elbow that comes out of the rad. to me it looks pressed on ...but how would I take it off without damaging it? That whole line is like 10 feet long with lots of bends and probably very expensive.

  • 240cpa May 11, 2010

    Look at the radiator fitting and the line and tell me what you see?

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Usually, the trans connect to the radiator is a "quick connect" type of fitting. You should buy a quick connect tool at autozone or somewhere similar...They usually have these tools.

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