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How do you replace the transmission hose on 91 Honda civic?

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2005-09-28 05:20:31
2005-09-28 05:20:31

i asume your talking about the trans coolent return line/s these r easy just cut back to repairable line _______ _________ then rubber hose it with two clamps on each end now remember to use a pipe or line cutter to reduse metal chips but u can always use the old hack saw

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