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Old 10-26-2014, 09:07 AM   #1
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Tranny cooler lines

I was under my truck yesterday replacing the Y-pipes and noticed that my cooler lines were pretty rusty and a little damp, well, after I finished the exhaust and was checking for leaks in that , I noticed I was dripping from the cooler line. I looked online for replacements from an auto parts store but could only find them @ MOPAR (dealership).
What would I need as far as fittings and sizes to change to all flex hose instead of the tube and hose assembly?

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Old 10-26-2014, 10:54 AM   #2
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The fittings coming out of the transmission are pipe thread. You can buy all the necessary fittings and braided line from Jeg's. The only issue I see would be hooking up the braided lines to the factory quick disconnect lines at the cooler.
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Old 10-26-2014, 12:41 PM   #3
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Would a fuel rail AN adaptor fitting work, just off the top of my head I remember them deing pretty similar.
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How does the quick disconnect work, I just looked at them and could not see how they come apart.
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You slip a tool over the tube and push it into the coupler and that releases the disconnect. You can buy a kit of different size tools from the local parts store for about $10
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Old 10-26-2014, 02:09 PM   #6
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You need a tool like the one in the picture, it goes over the line, you push it inside the connector and it disengages the locking pins then the fitting slides apart. I bought the really cheap ones and it worked great, no need to go expensive on this tool IMO.

Google for pushlock or fuel line disconnect tool.



Edit, Greg was quicker in replying :-) but I got a picture lol
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Here's the tool I use, cheap plastic.

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Thanks I'll go get a set.
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I would make then from fittings and a quick connect like stated will last forever. If you go the AN way get the screw together quick connect style they won't pop off ever.
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