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Tranmission cooler line attached to radiator stuck

Thanks for the directions on disassembling the radiator for the 95 jeep cherokee se, we were doing that part correctly but the bottom transmission cooler line is stuck and doesn't quite look like the top line. Its looks like the threading part is stuck inside. It will not budge. How can we remove this line from the radiator without harming the line.

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There is a short stub line coming from the radiator that joins the rubber line to the radiator. squeeze the tabs on the plastic part on the metal line and the rubber part will separate from it. When replacing, be sure it has locked together or you can have a problem.

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Things You'll Need:
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