replace the line with the appropate size line. It should be faily easy, just hose clamps at each end. Your local auto parts store should have the hose, and it is not very expensive. Be not to get just plain fuel line as it will not work with transmission fluid. The parts store should have transmission line or fuel injection line that is suitable.
The repair on the transmission line will depend on where it is. If the leak is at a coupling then the joint may be able to be tightened. If the line itself if leaking or split then it will have to be replaced.
I wouldn't. Replace or repair the line instead.
Bad seal? Bad cooling line to radiator?
either the transmission oil line to radiater is not tightene or the oil cooler tank at bottom of radiator has a leak
The tanks on the radiator are plastic and the lines vibrate causing the tanks to leak were they screew into the radiator. REPLACE RADIATOR.
The transmission lineÊleaking at the radiator connection needs to be fix immediately as soon as the driver experience this, isolating the source of leak to avoid major problems. If the leak is found this has to be covered with the finger to avoid further leakage, for repair it needs to tighten the pan bolts, and replacing the output seal.
You probably have a leak in the hose/line that takes your transmission fluid to the cooler (in the radiator). Look for the small tubes/hoses that run from the engine to the side of the radiator; the leak is probably in the area where the metal tube meets the rubber hose. Good luck!
Determine the origination of leak and repair Could be transmission cooler line, seal, etc.
upper line on radiator connects to transmission front
You would contact a plumber. Depending where the leak is, the city may need to be contacted for repair.
A leak, probably in the line near the transmission.
A good stop leak product for a radiator is the Bar's line of stop leak. It comes in an easy to pour bottle which seeks out leaks and seals them in minutes.
there might be a leak some where in a coolant line. or maybe you have a leak in your radiator.
Where's the leak? Wheel cylinder, repair or replace, rusted line, replace, master cylinder, repair or replace.
The radiator has a transmission cooling tank in it. Evidently the tank has cracked. You may have a crack in your radiator your transmission cooling line runnz in your radiator good luck
You'll need to reair the fuel line by replacing the fuel line .
you will have to replace the line
Unless you dug the whole line up you probably wouldn't find the leak unless it was a very large leak which would bring the water to the surface, You would be better off just installing a new line. Call a leak detection company. They will find your leak to within inches, and you will be able to dig down, repair the line where it is broken, and repair it.
A/T have a fluid line that runs through the cooling radiator of your car. My best guess is this tube is cracked inside your radiator. The radiator will needs to be replaced. I am not sure, but I believe that automatic transmissions often use engine coolant for cooling, and I suspect that there is a leak in the transmission. Transmission fluid cooling radiators are separate from the engine radiator, and transmission fluid is pumped through them by a pump. They usually are not stock items, but have to be added on. You probably should take the vehicle to a transmission shop, and have them check it out. Coolant will dilute the transmission fluid, and possibly corrode the transmission parts.
It is the transmission cooler hose or line. It runs the fluid through a cooler on the radiator to cool the transmission fluid.
Take off the line and put the new one on
the best and most safest tools are line spanners
It could be transmission fluid. Many transmissions are cooled by running a line through the radiator. Check for small tubes going into the radiator, if you only have the two large engine coolant lines, you don't have a transmission cooling line in the radiator.
You will notice two lines going to your radiator from the transmission. One is a service line and one is a return line. The radiator has a transmission cooler built into it. If you have trans fluid in the radiator chances are the trans cooler is leaking. A little trans fluid in the radiator will not affect engine cooling BUT as soon as the pressure drops in that transmission you may very well have radiator coolant sucked into the tranmission and that will ruin a transmission in a hurry. You need to get this checked out as soon as possible.