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Transmission cooler schematic needed badly... Went to dealer no schematic, need name of part that caps the termination end at firewall.

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You did not mention what kind of car you have but it sounds to me like you are looking at the air conditioning line, you see transmission cooler lines usually come out of the side of the transmission, and go forward to the bottom of the radiator. There would be no reason for them to terminate at the firewall.

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In some of the affected vehicles, the transmission fluid cooler may develop a crack in the tube below the right hand (RH) mounting bracket from thermal and vibration fatigue. This may lead to a small transmission fluid leak and possible rough / harsh shifts.

Dealers are to inspect the transmission fluid cooler for a grommet and possible fluid leak below the RH mounting bracket. Based on the results of the inspection, dealers will perform one of the following service

actions:

INSPECTION

1. Using a suitable light, look through the radiator grille and inspect the transmission fluid cooler mounting

bracket for a grommet behind the mounting bolt. See Figure 1 and Figure 2.


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