Re: Transmission cooler lines
That's correct. I did this myself and it is a common issue that can be corrected by simply cutting off the existing rubber hoses and metal crimped-on clamps and installing fuel line hose (3/8" if I remember correctly). I used a Dremel tool to cut away the metal clamps carefully without cutting into the metal transmission lines. I then used two hose clamps on EACH end of the rubber hose to reattach the hoses in place. They're only about 8 or so inches long but it's a pretty cramped space to work in. I also worked from both above and below the lines in order to get the best/tightest connection with the hose clamps. Worked like a champ and saved me hundreds of $$$. Good luck.
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