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Transmistion fluild hose to radiator

Im having to replace mt radiator but i cant figure out how to get the transmistion fluid hose off the radiator. the top hose just screwed off but the bottom one wont..and ideas?

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  • geraldlittle Feb 23, 2009

    The bottom transmission hose is stuck on the radiator.How do i remove it ?

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2009

    The TR fluid cooling hose looks like it would be a quick release but it is not quick releasing, so I went ahead and unscrewed the bolt but it STILL wont come off.... what is the trick here?

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They are sealed by compressing a bit of wiggling should remove it

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The bottom one should just pop off i had to replace my radiator like two months ago and my girlfriends uncle works at a dodge dealership and i had him do it but i was standing there watching him and it looked like he had no problem at all with it

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