26/11/2012· 1) Buy more 3/8" hose and some couplers, and simply add on to the existing hoses to get to the new transmission cooler; 2) Remove the existing 3/8" hoses and install brand new ones all the way to the new cooler; 3) Remove the existing 3/8" hoses and reattach metal tubing to go to the new cooler. What would you guys recommend?
2005/1/22· The tranny cooler lines are low pressure lines at about 12-20 psi. But as pro60 stated, its not a good idea to run rubber lines. Take your time, run steel lines. Youll thank yourself later. Right engine, Wrong Wheels. Reply With Quote. 01-22-2005 04:42 PM #6.
LEAKING Transmission Cooler Lines - … The transmission fluid is very hot (north of 200-300 degrees) and the rubber hose won’t hold, and will go at the least opportune moment. I have the scars to prove it. Mine was repaired the first time with a rubber fuel line, and it blew out on an interstate just as I was in the passing lane.
04/06/2020· I recommend using actual hose barb fittings. You can buy tube nuts (the same kind of fitting that goes on the end of a brake line), but in 5/16" or 3/8", whichever size your vehicle uses. Cut the metal line, slide the nut on, and double flare the end, just like a brake line. Then get a hose barb fitting that threads onto the tube nut.
20/02/2009· 94OHIOXJ. Just get the stuff designated for trans cooler use and you will be fine. You could run it all in rubber and be fine so long as it doesn''t chaffe or get pinched. If you are that concerned you could run braided hose with AN fittings but it can get pricey quick. Rubber trans line will hold just fine. Just use heavy duty clamps (sometimes
13/12/2014· Joined Sep 8, 1998. 17,919 Posts. #10 · Apr 15, 2009. 90 percent of new cars now days use rubber hoses to connect the transmission lines to the radiator and back. Trucks however, typically do not. If your running a length of hose to repair a leak, you will be fine. I do recommend using high pressure clamps.
11/02/2005· What is the difference between high-pressure transmission-fluid hose (rubber) and fuel-hose? I ran out of transmission line when pluing the RETURN line to my power steering pump and just used some fuel line. Will the power steering fluid …
Leaky trans cooler lines - Maintenance/Repairs - Car Talk … rubber hose union. Instead of buying a new metal/rubber hose cooler line, the remedy is to carefully cut the metal compression fitting and peel it off. Next pull off old rubber hose and replace with new 400psi cooler line, that is cut longer to fit over the ribbed metal
15/07/2021· You can get rubber transmission line at any local auto parts store quickly and easily. Nylon Braided Transmission Cooler Lines. Nylon braided transmission cooler lines, like their name indies, are rubber lines encased in a protective nylon cover. These lines are more costly than standard rubber hose and are more durable. The nylon covering
Key Reasons to Use. Let’s know the key reasons why you can use rubber hose to repair your fuel line systems. Pressure rating. Good Quality rubber hoses can work with higher psi; most engines require 50 or more psi for fuel supply. Many high-quality rubber hoses have resistance up to 90 or 100 psi. So they can be effective for fuel repair.
10/10/2021· Rubber Transmission Line Uses. Rubber transmission cooler hoses are great for adding in an external cooler, or for a temporary fix on a leaving metal line. It’s common to repair transmission line with rubber hose as a quick fix, but it is recommended to take care of the broken line and make a more permanent and long term repair.
27/04/2010· The rubber hoses insulate and trap the heat more. This is not a major concern though, because the oil and engine are cooled with the cooling system. Steel hoses can be cheaper than rubber hoses on some models. The rubber hoses are more readily available and are easier to replace than steel lines.
15/03/2017· I just bypassed my oil/water heat exchanger by cutting the lines with a compact tubing cutter. I did a bypass with 1/2 silicone coolant hose and two clamps on either side. Its working fine - Ceberusiam? says to watch out for oil degrading the rubber hose - so I would suggest its a short term solution.
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05/03/2011· 14,584. All you have to do is flare the end of it with a simple brake flaring tool, not a full flare, but just a enough so you can still slide the rubber line over it. And i double clamped mine also. I have rubber transmission line running up to the front to the cooler, never had any issues. 03-05-2011, 07:38 AM #7.
21/09/2010· Joined Oct 22, 2009. 624 Posts. #2 · Sep 20, 2010. Re: Is there a "special" rubber hose for transmission lines?? Yes there is. Most parts stores carry it, look for ''transmission'' printed on it. ATF tends to soften regular rubber hose, usually causing leaks at hose clamps. 1.
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11/08/2007· draggin''GTOMeerfrom Canyon Country, CA. Use 3/8" steel brake line tubing, a tubing bender and a set tube flaring tools. With a little bit of effort you can make them up and use no rubber line, just like OEM. None of the old GM cars …
12/06/2016· Car is overheating Inspection. $94.99 - $114.99. Get a Quote. Jay Safford. Automotive Mechanic. 16 years of experience. This hose is a vent hose for the transmission and would not be connected to anything. The vent is used by the transmission so it will not build up internal pressure and push oil out of any seals.
20/02/2002· 3,987 Posts. #3 · Feb 19, 2002. Yep you should be OK, just make sure the clamps are tight and the hose isn''t kinked. FWIW I''m using about 1-2 feet on each of my cooler lines near the transmission linking them to the original metal AOD cooler lines, then have the metal lines linked again with rubber hose at the cooler from the radiator. No
2014/12/13· If I have to use any hose on the transmission line, I usually flare the steel line before I slip on the rubber hose, it helps to keep the hose from blowing off. A better way to do it, is to get a 5/16" fitting that has a barbed end, and a compression fitting on the other end.