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There is a transmission hose comin from the top of the trans and its going 2 nothing where does it go?

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Goes no where, it's a breather hose, to reduce pressure, or it would blow gasket's and seal in the transmission, kinda like a PCV valve, reduces pressure in the engine. It's ok just make sure it's pointing up, hope this was very helpful.

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