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Trans line 2001 jeep cherokee 4.0 4x4 right hand drive.i'm changing radiator can/t get lower radiator trans line off radiator.seems to be slip type fitting.how do i get it off. please help

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It has been too long since I did this work, but here is a tip: Go to Auto Zone, or one of those parts houses, and they will probably have a tool for this, I can't say for sure, but I believe it will be something to release the connection so it will come apart.

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