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Hose on transmission is leaking on my Chevy Impala 2001. 3.8L what hoses are there on the transmission besides the cooler hose?

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SOURCE: Need a vacuum hose routing

Thinking this third hose is the actual vacuum hose that goes to the T near the vacuum reservoir located in the drivers side fender just below the antilock brake assembly. There is a one way valve in the line from the transmission to the T.

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SOURCE: 1998 chevy blazer oil leak

Yes you should be able to change it by yourself. It is pretty simple. It will save alot of money

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

SOURCE: leak from transmission hose

I'm assuming your talking trans fluid is leaking out a vacuum hose. If this is the case the modulator it plugs into is leaking. Replace the modulator. if this is not what your talking about then more info is needed.

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SOURCE: I have a leak somewhere under the intake manifold

The intake manifold gaskets are prone to leaking. The next thing is the water pump, then look closely at the head gaskets especially the rear head gasket on the passenger side. The area is hard to see so use a pressure tester to force a leak.

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SOURCE: the transmission cooler line on the bottom that

As far as I know, that clip is not replaceable... (called a quick disconnect).
The entire tube assembly may be, and likely can be done by any decent radiator shop. Assuming the end part that broke is the radiator end. Otherwise, you will need to get a replacement line either from a dealer or from a scrapyard. There may be several "jury rig" options you could use to make a repair, but I don't recommend doing that there because of the location.(tight and difficult to reach) Jury rig is fine for stuck in the woods situations...do it right if you're home.

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