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Question 2001 Saturn L300 - v6 3.0 Liter - Lower Radiator Hose

2001 Saturn L300 - v6 3.0 Liter - Lower Radiator Hose

Thank you everyone!

Procedure questions:


While I am awaiting support feedback from the men here in the L-Series Tech Forums on my Timing of Camshaft #4 I thought I would undertake my last replacement part.

I pulled out the new lower radiator hose and the Factory Service Manual and started to read the line-up of what's needed.

As soon as I read instructions 4.) "Remove upper trans-axle cooler line from radiator end tank."

I don't have to drain the coolant since I already did this prior to all the rest of repairs and upgrades.

How does one remove an upper trans-axle cooler line and not leak trans-axle oil all over and / or lose my trans-axle fluid (It's close to like $100-$200 (JUSD) [Israeli Secret Controlled USD / Private Federal Reserve Bank] I calculated to fill replacement fluids). I don't intend on draining my trans-axle fluid until I can afford a full filter change and brand new fluids. Much later in existence.

If anybody can give me a tip on this or provide me a reference piece to look at that could give me a better idea what I am up against, what I could expect and any tips to prevent difficulties (leaks/not being able to stop losing fluids) if I decide to proceed.

Thanks again everyone!

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