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Can not get the trany lines off radiator - 1998 Jeep Cherokee

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Use a flair nut wrench on the nut and separate the tabs so the coupler can be disengaged. Only other option is to cut the lines and splice them with high pressure rubber line (not terribly reliable) or use a pressure coupler (brass with ferrules) or replace them. In doing repairs you often can run into unforeseen problems like that. You can't stop the job, so you need to find a way out.

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