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Tranny hose blow off radiator - 1995 Chevrolet Astro

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Ok these are under pressure and its rare that they blow off..but you can connect the line ends together with fuel line and 2 -4 hose clamps and still drive it ... make sure the tranny fluid is full tho..

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