|03-03-2013 03:45 AM|
|03-02-2013 01:28 AM|
|tjmach||my wifes 2009 had the same problem. It was a recall from the factory. They fixed it for free|
|01-20-2013 10:33 PM|
|Jt_Ripper||Hmmm Ty for info beast and dog, gives me some ideas|
|01-20-2013 12:31 PM|
|wat3rdog||Maybe you can upgrade to a steal braided line.|
|01-20-2013 12:30 PM|
|01-20-2013 11:31 AM|
|01-20-2013 02:23 AM|
|Jt_Ripper||I can cut the solid line back a bit flare it out and use a hose and clamp. Will last longer than the crimp fitting, thank god for a brother in law who's a mechanic and confirmed what dog said...|
|01-20-2013 12:55 AM|
|PHILDABEAST||Those are a crimp fitting, not reusable. You'll have to replace the hard line and all either with factory stuff or go somewhere that builds hydraulic lines and get some made.|
|01-20-2013 12:13 AM|
|wat3rdog||I know that at autozone you can rent tools too|
|01-19-2013 10:28 PM|
Good idea! Santa Fe tool company has cheap tools. If I was a mechanic I'd buy snap on etc, but for a one time job it's them or harbor freight..
Ill post more once I start the patch repair lol
|01-19-2013 10:12 PM|
|wat3rdog||I've never had to mess with those types of fittings. Looks like they're a compression. I would think that they designed that area to be a flex line for a reason so it may be good to stay flexible. Maybe someone knows better. A flare fitting with plumbing is stronger. I wonder if pepboys has a lonner tool if needed.|
|01-19-2013 05:36 PM|
Can't tell which end is leaking
|01-19-2013 12:25 PM|
|wat3rdog||Post some pics.|
|01-18-2013 01:57 PM|
Transmission Cooler Lines
Need some advise, please and thank you.
I had a rough shift as i pulled out of the driveway this morning and didnt think to much of it... i thought maybe i didnt let her warm up enough.
I ran my errands and as i got back in to my jeep I noticed a small wet dot on the ground. I looked and noticed fluid on the lower lines and sure enough its red.
after searching and reading all sorts of forums i figured id ask you guys whats the best fix.
1. ordering new lines and replacing them? ( will these have the same issue later on?)
2. Cut the lines and flare them and use tubing instead?
thanks for any information and tips.