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SOURCE: need to replace transmission line to the cooler on a GMC Sierra

Its fairly easy, you dont have to replace the fittings at the cooler. if they are leaking up at the cooler, it needs to be replaced, but if not, its just simple line to line, not too long of a process

please rate well! hope this gives you the info you needed!

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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SOURCE: need to replace the auxillary transmission cooler

The auxillary IS the second cooler. Theres only one radiator. Some have a engine oil cooler. If you see the cooler thats leaking, I dont see why you cant find where it connects?

Posted on Jul 24, 2010

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SOURCE: my 2003 oldsmobile aleros engine spins but it does

broken cam belt or chain

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

Rene J Solis

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SOURCE: transmission oil (little) leaking -

Hi!!
First you got to pinpoint where the leak is coming from. Place a couple of sheets of newspaper under vehicle, wait 30 min. to an hour and look under the vehicle at the newspaper sheets, where you see transmission fluid, look up, that's where the leak is.
The most common places where the transmission leaks are:

  • Transmission fluid pan,
  • transmission cooling lines (there are 2 steel lines that carry fluid to a cooler coil in front of the radiator and back.) due to the location, going over a bump or a rock may kink, bend or puncture one of the lines.
  • Transmission front or rear seals.
You are talking about a tube, I assume you are referring to one of the cooling lines. If it is leaking at one of the terminals, usually at the transmission fluid cooler in front of the radiator, some times just tightening a little will take care of the problem. If the line is punctured, remove the line and take it to a hardware store like ACE Hardware or similar to have them install a pressure fitting. If you are to DIY, no need to remove the line. It can be done from under the vehicle. Either way, the cost of the repair will be about $10. If you take it to a Shop, God knows how much it'll be!!
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SOURCE: I have an Oldsmobile intrigue 2002 with 55,000

yes they recommend 50k with dexron iii fluid 100k with dexron vi with u can use in any gm dexron trnamission do i total flush which is about 13 qts if u only drop the pan ur at 7 qts

Posted on Sep 20, 2011

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It doesn't matter. But usually the left side of the cooler lines go with the left side of the radiator. Cooler lines run both ways, unless you deal with Dodge, stupid check valves. I take them out....

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Why is there oil in the radiator??


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How do you replace the transmission cooler on my 89 oldsmobile cutlass supream


Your trans cooler is located inside one of the radiator tanks and would be expensive to replace.
You can either replace the radiator with new or used or cut the lines and install an external cooler as is used for towing. If the cooler in the radiator is leaking, you need to flush the system to remove as much oil as possible or it will cause hoses to soften and fail. Also wise to change trans fluid as well.
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How do I remove the radiator form my 1997 ford taurus do I have to remove the bumper?


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Section 03-03: Engine Cooling 1997 Taurus, Sable Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Radiator Aluminum Core, Crossflow
SPECIAL SERVICE TOOL(S) REQUIRED Description Tool Number Fuel Line Disconnect Tool Set T90T-9550-S
Removal
svh~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Do not mix Standard (green) Coolant with Extended Life Coolant (orange). If mixing occurs, drain engine cooling system and refill with originally equipped coolant type. If this contamination occurs, the service interval of Extended Life Coolant will be reduced from 6 years/150,000 miles to 3 years/30,000 miles.
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301).
  1. Remove battery (10653) as described in Section 14-01 .
  1. Remove clip retaining contant control relay module and position module aside.
  1. Remove battery tray (10732) as described in Section 14-01 .
  1. Remove radiator cap (8100).
  1. Raise vehicle on hoist as described in Section 00-02 .
  1. Remove radiator splash shield.
  1. Drain engine cooling system as described in this section.
  1. Remove the radiator mounting bracket assembly.
  1. Remove lower radiator hose (8286).
  1. Partially lower vehicle.
  1. Remove upper radiator hose (8260).
  1. Remove radiator overflow hose (8075).
  1. Remove upper A/C condenser core retaining bolts.
  1. Remove upper transmission oil cooler tube clips.
  1. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube (7C410)(EPN=7C410)using 3/8 Inch Fuel Line Disconnect Tool T90T-9550-C.
  1. Raise vehicle on hoist.
  1. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube clips.
  1. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube (7C410)(EPN=7C410)using 3/8 Inch Fuel Line Disconnect Tool T90T-9550-C.
  1. Remove transmission oil cooler bracket and position transmission oil cooler aside.
  1. Remove lower A/C condenser core bolts and position A/C condenser core (19712)aside.
  1. Remove radiator support bracket.
  1. Remove radiator (8005).

Jan 13, 2011 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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How to remove a transmission for a 2002 GMC Yukon


Removal & Installation 4L60E/4L65E To Remove:
  1. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Transmission fluid
    • Transmission oil level indicator tube and seal from the transmission
    • Plug the oil level indicator tube opening in the transmission.
    • Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Shift cable end from the transmission shift lever ball stud
    • If equipped with a transfer case, remove the front propeller shaft.
    • Rear propeller shaft.
  2. Plug the transmission oil cooler line connectors in the transmission case.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Starter motor.
    • Transfer case, if equipped.
  4. Support the transmission with a transmission jack.
  5. Remove the transmission mount nuts.
  6. Remove the transmission crossmember.
  7. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Torque converter access plug 4L60E/4L65E removal 9308kg37.gif

    • Flywheel to torque converter bolts
    • The two bolts securing the transmission rear mount to the transmission
    • The transmission vent hose, fuel lines, and the wiring harness from the transmission
    • The stud and the bolt securing the transmission to the engine
    • The six studs and one bolt securing the transmission to the engine. Install tool J21366 onto the transmission bell housing to retain the torque converter. Pull the transmission straight back.
    • The transmission from the vehicle
  8. Flush the transmission oil cooler and cooling lines when you remove the transmission.
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Tool J21366 onto the transmission bell housing to retain the torque converter.
    • Support the transmission with a transmission jack.
  2. Raise the transmission into place and remove the tool from the transmission.
  3. Slide the transmission straight onto the locating pins while lining up the marks on the flywheel and the torque converter. The torque converter must be flush onto the flywheel and rotate freely by hand.
  4. Install or connect the following:
    • Six studs and one bolt securing the transmission to the engine. Tighten the studs and the bolt to 50 Nm (37 ft. lbs.).
    • Stud and bolt securing the transmission to the engine. Tighten the stud and the bolt to 50 Nm (37 ft. lbs.).
    • Flywheel to torque converter bolts. Tighten the stud and the bolt to 46 Nm (63 ft. lbs.).
    • Torque converter access plug.
    • Transmission vent hose, fuel lines, and the wiring harness to the transmission.
    • Two bolts securing the heat shield to the transmission. Tighten the bolt to 17 Nm (13 ft. lbs.).
    • Two bolts securing the transmission rear mount to the transmission. Tighten the bolts to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
    • Install the transmission crossmember. Tighten the nuts and bolts to 70 ft. lbs. (95 Nm).
  5. Remove the transmission jack from the transmission.
  6. Unplug the transmission oil cooler line connectors in the transmission case.
  7. Install or connect the following:
    • Starter
    • Transmission oil cooler lines to the transmission
    • If equipped with a transfer case, install the front propeller shaft.
    • The rear propeller shaft
    • The shift cable end to the transmission shift lever ball stud
  8. Unplug the oil level indicator tube opening in the transmission.
  9. Install the transmission oil level indicator tube and seal to the transmission.
  10. Tighten the oil pan bolts and fill the transmission with transmission fluid.
  11. Lower the vehicle.
4L80E/4L85E To Remove:
  1. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Transmission fluid
    • Transmission oil level indicator tube and seal from the transmission
  2. Plug the oil level indicator tube opening in the transmission.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Shift cable from the transmission shift lever ball stud
    • If 4WD vehicle, remove the propeller shaft.
    • If RWD vehicle, remove the propeller shaft.
    • The transmission oil cooler lines from the transmission
  4. Plug the transmission oil cooler line connectors in the transmission case.
  5. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Starter motor
  6. Support the transmission with a transmission jack.
  7. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • The two bolts securing the heat shield to the transmission
    • The transmission vent hose, fuel lines, and the wiring harness from the transmission
    • One nut and one bolt securing the transmission brace to the engine bracket and transmission
    • The two bolts securing the torque converter cover to the engine
    • The four bolts securing the torque converter cover to the transmission
    • The six flywheel to torque converter bolts
    • The two bolts and nut securing the transmission rear mount to the transmission
    • The stud and the bolt on the right side securing the transmission to the engine
    • The remaining six studs and the one bolt securing the transmission to the engine
    • Tool J21366 onto the transmission bell housing to retain the torque converter
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  8. Pull the transmission straight back. Remove the transmission from the vehicle.
  9. Flush the transmission oil cooler and cooling lines when you remove the transmission.
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Tool J21366 onto the transmission bell housing to retain the torque converter
  2. Support the transmission with a transmission jack.
  3. Raise the transmission into place and remove the tool from the transmission.
  4. Slide the transmission straight onto the locating pins while lining up the marks on the flywheel and the torque converter. The torque converter must be flush onto the flywheel and rotate freely by hand.
  5. Install or connect the following:
    • Six studs and one bolt securing the transmission to the engine. Tighten the studs and the bolt to 50 Nm (37 ft. lbs.).
    • The stud and bolt on the right side securing the transmission to the engine. Tighten the stud and the bolt to 50 Nm (37 ft. lbs.).
    • Six flywheel to torque converter bolts. Tighten the bolts to 60 Nm (44 ft. lbs.).
    • The two bolts securing the torque converter cover to the engine. Tighten the bolt to 50 Nm (37 ft. lbs.).
    • The four bolts securing the torque converter cover to the transmission. Tighten the stud and the bolt to 33 Nm (24 ft. lbs.).
    • The transmission vent hose, fuel lines, and the wiring harness to the transmission.
    • The two bolts securing the heat shield to the transmission. Tighten the bolt to 17 Nm (13 ft. lbs.).
    • The two bolts and nut securing the transmission rear mount to the transmission. Tighten the bolts and nut to 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.).
    • The flywheel to torque converter bolts.
    • One nut and one bolt securing the transmission brace to the engine bracket and transmission. Tighten the bolts and nut to 50 Nm (37 ft. lbs.).
  6. Remove the transmission jack from the transmission.
  7. Install or connect the following:
    • Starter motor
  8. Unplug the transmission oil cooler line connectors in the transmission case.
  9. Connect the transmission oil cooler lines to the transmission.
  10. Install or connect the following:
    • The transfer case
    • The rear propeller shaft
    • The shift cable end to the transmission shift lever ball stud
  11. Unplug the oil level indicator tube opening in the transmission.
  12. Install the transmission oil level indicator tube and seal to the transmission.
  13. Tighten the oil pan bolts and fill the transmission with transmission fluid.
  14. Lower the vehicle.
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Oct 12, 2010 | 2002 GMC Yukon XL

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My 1999 Olds Intrigue, 3.5 motor, auto trans, heats up when going uphill. Going downhill, or on a flat road, with the same number of RPMs, it does not. Recently had the engine cooling system flushed, and...


could be a good candidate for the overheating problem
it is probably the oil line that goes to the oil cooler in the radiator and if it doesn't have sufficient flow then the oil in the transmission gets progressively hotter
before replacing it consider this
transmission oil coolers that are in the radiator tank keep the oil at coolant temps which is around 95 C
if you spend a bit of cash and fit an air to air transmission cooler , it brings the operating temp of the oil down to 1/2 ambient temp
besides the fact that your are now removing an added heat source from the coolant of the engine the results are --cooler running engine and cooler running transmission
worth talking to an accredited transmission specialist shop

Apr 03, 2017 | 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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How to remove and replace radiator on 1998 ford taurus


  1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
  2. Remove the battery.
  3. Remove clip retaining constant control relay module and position module aside.
  4. Remove battery tray.
  5. Remove radiator cap.
  6. Raise vehicle on hoist.
  7. Remove radiator splash shield.
  8. Drain engine cooling system.
  9. Remove radiator mounting bracket assembly.
  10. Remove lower radiator hose.
  11. Partially lower vehicle.
  12. Remove upper radiator hose.
  13. Remove radiator overflow hose.
  14. Remove upper A/C condenser core retaining bolts.
  15. Remove upper A/C transmission oil cooler tube clips.
  16. Remove upper transmission oil cooler tube (7C410) using 3-8 inch fuel line disconnect tool 310-041 (T90T-9550-C).
  17. Raise vehicle on hoist.
  18. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube clips.
  19. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube using 3/8 inch fuel line disconnect tool 310-041 (T90T-9550-C).
  20. Remove transmission oil cooler bracket and position transmission oil cooler aside.
  21. Remove lower A/C condenser core bolts and position A/C condenser core (19712) aside.
  22. Remove radiator support bracket.
  23. Remove radiator.

May 07, 2010 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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How to remove a radiator from a ford taurus


Disconnect battery ground cable. Remove battery. Remove battery tray. Remove clip retaining contant control relay module and position module aside. Remove radiator cap. Raise vehicle front end as high as possible. Remove radiator splash shield. Drain radiator. Remove the radiator mounting bracket assembly. Remove lower radiator hose. Partially lower vehicle. Remove upper radiator hose. Remove radiator overflow hose. Remove upper A/C condenser core retaining bolts. Remove upper transmission oil cooler tube clips. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube. Raise vehicle. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube clips. Remove lower transmission oil cooler tube. Remove transmission oil cooler bracket and position transmission oil cooler aside. Remove lower A/C condenser core bolts and position A/C condenser core aside(be careful not to loosen the AC condenser lines. Remove radiator support bracket. Remove radiator out through the bottom of the vehicle.
Installation
Position radiator. Position radiator support bracket and tighten nuts. Position A/C condenser core and tighten lower A/C condenser core bolts. Position transmission oil cooler tube and install transmission oil cooler tube bracket. Install lower transmission oil cooler tube. Install lower transmission oil cooler tube clips. Install lower radiator hose. Install radiator mounting bracket assembly. Tighten bolts. Install radiator splash shield. Lower vehicle. Install upper tranmission oil cooler tube. Install upper transmission oil cooler tube clips. Install upper A/C condenser core retaining bolts. Tighten bolts. Install radiator overflow hose and tighten clamps securely. Install upper radiator hose. Position constant control relay module and clip securely. Install battery tray. Install battery. Connect battery ground cable. Fill and bleed cooling system. Start engine and inspect for leaks.

Nov 25, 2009 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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