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I have a coolant leak from one of the tranmission lines at the transmission. is that line hard to change? It is the upper line and looks rusty

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You dont have coolant running to the auto trans gearbox so whet it is ,,,is the coolant coming from another place and running down the metal pipe to the g/box as its only trans oil in the g/box.
SO start up the front and radiator where ithe pipe starts and run your finger down the pipe slowly and you will find where it starts getting wet and the leak will be above it somewere....

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