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Old 11-30-2011, 07:43 PM   #1
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I just bought my Cherokee I bought it knowing that i have to put some work into it. but i am excited.
The transmission cooler lines have been removed because the person before me went 4wheelin and apparently broke one. So he removed both of the lines and trying to where they hook up on the radiator has become a challenge. And finding parts for it is too. Mine is a Laredo, and from what i know, its a Toyota transmission. I have found these
http://www.jpartsonline.com/catalog/...smission+lines
but they say that they don't screw in, which on top of my transmission, where the lines connect, there is a screw fitting for the upper and lower lines, am i to assume that the third product on that list will fix my problem?
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:49 PM   #2
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2x this:


and then the upper and lower lines.


If you have an autozone/napa/whatever close, I would go and look at the lines before you buy them... The top one should have a female NPT fitting, the bottom one should be half hardline and half rubber with a "quick connect" fitting on the radiator side.

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Thanks! My Haines book that i have doesn't show me anything about where the lines go from the transmission to the radiator. I've looked for a diagram but no such luck!
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Do you have fast internet? Ill PM you a link to the FSM. Theyre kinda hard to navigate, but tons better than the Haynes paperweight.
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bottom line would look like this:


top kinda like this:


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I found what I wanted to show you.
The lines can only really go one way, They come from the transmission and run parallel for a while, then the come up in front of the engine and to the radiator. Ignore the aux cooler part.

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Awesome! Thank you so much! My lines just got here from fedex today. Ill let you know how things go.
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youll need the quick disconnects if you ever wanna change em or have to pull them apart. theyre a few bucks at auto zone.

nice ones look like this



and cheap ones...


these disconnect that third piece thats threaded to the other part of the hose
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Make sure you clamp the lines using cushion clamps, and bolt them to the engine where it shows (do not let them just hang under there)
If you don't, the upper control arm will hit them under suspension compression, and yank them out of the transmission quick fittings.
(don't ask me how I know)
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stupid question, but my bottom tranny cooler line coming out from the transmission is leaking right at the "quick connect" is there a gasket or anything in there and how do you pull that disconnect apart?
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