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My car is over heating, im replacing the radiotor. The transmissionline that are connected to the radiator is what im stressing about. What can be done to avoid the fluid to leak throught the lines wh

When removing the radiator what can be done to avoid the transmission oil to leak when you unplugged the lines. My car has been over heating. I had it checked and it turn out to be the a crank on the radiator, Im having someone remove the radiator, but the transmission lines/hoses are stressing me.

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Two options;
) Put rubber plugs in the two lines when you remove them from the radiator.
) Get two pair of grip pliers and pinch the two hoses shut then remove them from the radiator..

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