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Transmission cooler line blew off the radiator and engine coolant is leaking from the hole

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    Transmission coolant line is off does it screw in or snap in?

  • dmerritthb Dec 31, 2008

    transmission cooler line blew off lost all cooling & trans. fliud. do i need to flush out engin and draine & change filter in transmission

  • coomercody Mar 08, 2009

    basically my trans fluid line broke but i temp fixed that so that i could drive by connecting the trans fluid line and the coolant line directly so my car is running without cooland.. but its all good right now cuz its cold outside here in ohio.. since its going to be warm now i need to fix it permanently so how do i do that?

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    Trans fluid leaking all over. Thinking the line has blown. Have to check all in the AM when I can see where leak is.

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