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How do I replace the transmission coolant lines running to the aux cooler and the radiator on a 2001 chevy silverado 2500 hd 6.0? thanks

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Take a small 90 degree pick. Inspect the fitting closely. Use the pick to "roll" the retaining clip off the fitting. The line will simply pull once this is done. U can install the clip first on reinstallation (inspect them closely) and then simply push the line into the fitting. It will "click" into place. Note u will have to orient the line perfectly to push in.

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  2. Unfasten the upper fan shroud bolts and remove the upper fan shroud.
  3. If equipped, remove the upper panel fasteners and the panel.
  4. If equipped, remove the upper insulators and brackets.
  5. Disconnect the radiator upper and lower hoses and, if applicable, the transmission coolant lines.
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  7. Remove the oil coolant lines, if equipped.
  8. Remove the lower fan shroud bolts and the lower fan shroud.
  9. Remove radiator from the lower brackets and insulators.
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