if you are asking about the cooling lines for the transmission that connect to the radiator, its easy. first disconnect the lines from the radiator (2 lines, usually on the bottom opposite the radiator outlet) then disconnect the lines from the transmission. remove the brackets holding them on, then remove.
Vehicles with an automatic transmission may have lines that carry transmission fluid from the transmission to a separate tank on the bottom of the radiator.
I had a similar problem and ended up replacing both the lines and the radiator.
You can disconnect the 1996 Jeep transmission lines with a 9/16 open end wrench. Be prepared for transmission fluid to come out of the transmission lines.
The 2 lines that come from the transmission and go to the radiator are full of transmission fluid and the radiator is what cools it.
The pan gasket could be leaking ( tighten mounting bolts or replace gasket ) Filler pipe rubber seal , Transmission oil lines ( tighten , replace ) Speedometer connector ( replace o-ring ) Some makes have a transmission vent pipe ( transmission over filled ) Output shaft seal damaged (replace)
if you have an automatic transmission there should be cooling lines going to the radiator to cool the transmission fluid the lines could be leaking or the tank could be leaking
Most of the ATF will remain in the trans cooler and lines unless you have the transmission force flushed by a trans shop.
More likely it has something to do with pressure problems in your transmission, check the fluid and replace the transmission filter. If the problem is not fixed check the vaccum lines running to the transmission and the vaccum off the engine.
my explore drives fine but i have to add tranny fluid every 4 blocks or it wont move <><><>< If you write in this part, the computer assumes the question has been answered- caught yours by chance. Obviously, you have a leak in your transmission. A couple of common spots would be the pan of the transmission, and lines that carry transmission fluid to the radiator. Those small lines are needed to help cool transmission fluid, and are easily damaged or worn. A shop should be able to find the leak in a couple of minutes with the vehicle up on a lift.
Electrical transmission towers are meant to hold the power lines and to carry electricity.
Flushing involves a machine that hooks up to the cooler lines and pushes fluid in as the transmission pumps it out.
The transmission lines on a 2000 GMC Jimmy 4x4 are replaced by disconnecting the lines at the radiator and then the side of the transmission. They are then removed from the bottom of the vehicle and new lines put in place.