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Old 06-04-2015, 02:09 PM   #1
dave380
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Default Transmission Cooler Line Connector

I have a 2003 Ion-2 with an automatic transmission (AF23). It has a slow leak where the transmission oil cooler lines connect to the transmission. My understanding is that this connection is a quick connect fitting, similar to a fuel line. I'm guessing the O-ring in the quick connect fitting is bad. If possible, I'd prefer to just replace the entire fitting (looks like it's just threaded into the transmission) rather than trying to find the right o-ring. However, I can't find the part listed anywhere. Anyone have any idea where I can find it?

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