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Old 11-06-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default Transmission cooler line replacement?

Well in the sense of whatever can go wrong will go wrong came true on a simple radiator swap on the 1996 SL2. The auto transaxle cooler lines could not be removed from the radiator, no vice grip, heat or just about anything else would free them. So now I have to replace the lines.

It looks like a pain, any hints on the the removal of the old lines and the connection of the new lines to the transmission? I take it the filter will have to be removed, as well as some sensor in close proximity to them. Any other hints to get these lines replaced?

Where to get the lines on-line? Couldn't find them on SaturnParts.

Please help..

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