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Do you need a tool to remove trans cooling lines from ardiator on a 2000 impala

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All you should need is an open ended wrench. The lines should just have a flare nut on the end that goes into the radiator. Hope this helps.

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We usually use a line wrench for those fittings, but if you can loosen then with an open end wrench it will save you from having to buy a $10 line wrench. They are standard sizes, like 13, 14, or 15 mm.

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