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The line going into the trans from the raiditor tha line leak so much i lose a qurt of fluid a day i think its a fitting into tha trans cuz the line is loose wat should i do?

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    Have you tried to tighten the fitting?

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The transmission cooler lines (2) screw into a fitting on the transmission. Best to use a line wrench to tighten the fitting, lessen the chance of stripping. Hope this helps

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