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Transmission line radiator

I have a 99 Kia sported And I just replaced radiator But I didn't think about looking at the tranny lines I'm where they don't Can someone help me ASAP please

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The most likely cause of your problem is one of the transmission lines that goes to your radiator is either loose or not connected. You should be able to see them just by looking down at your radiator. They are usually near the bottom or on the side of the radiator. You might be lucky and just have to tighten them.

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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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the fill plug will be on the side of transmision.where axle come out transmission. get a haynes manual because it can be helpful.

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Are you saying you put in a new but used tranny and it still dosent go out of first gear? Or are you saying you replaced a tranny line? If its the tranny you replace and first is the only gear you may not have adjusted the shifting linkage correctly. Put the truck in park and loosen the linkage on the tranny and slidr the rod on the tranny back and retigten and try that

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