Automatic Transmission Cooler Line
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Automatic Transmission Cooler Line Automatic Transmission Cooler Line
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Dorman - OE Solutions Automatic Transmission Cooler Line

Part No. 624-217 Warranty Details  

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Replacing a damaged cooler line with our Auto Trans Oil Cooler Hose Assembly takes you a long way in protecting your transmission. Our line’s leak-resistant design prevents transmission fluid loss.

Product Features:
  • Includes all hardware needed for a complete repair (where applicable)
  • Materials used in construction have been upgraded from steel and/or rubber to corrosion-resistant aluminum (where applicable)
  • Direct replacement for ease of installation
  • Rigorous quality control measures have been undertaken to ensure that this part conforms to product standards
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End 1 Type:Male Quick Disconnect
End 2 Type:Hose
Fittings Included:No
Hose Color:Natural/No Finish
Hose Material:Rubber
Maximum Operating Temperature:329
Maximum Working Pressure:100 PSI
Minimum Operating Temperature:-40
Overall Length:36 in

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  • Q:

    yes i need to replace my transmission line on my 1999 mercury sable 3.0 engine "s" dohc do i need two of these or is this all i will need. thanks for the help
    Asked on 10/15/2010 by tom from geneseo,ny

    2 answers

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      A:

      It is just this one that you will need.

      Answered on 11/23/2010 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
    • A:

      the answer/ no

      Answered on 9/16/2012 by gr the az from ches va.
  • Q:

    97 FORD TAURUS WAGON G
    If I drive my car 20-30+ miles, when I get to a stop I start loosing transmission fluid. However, it doesn't do this on short trips. I was told it may be the transcooler. Is this what I need?
    Asked on 6/7/2010 by Leslie from Greensboro, NC

    1 answer

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      A:

      First the best thing to do is look where the fluid is coming from. Then you can decide if it is coming from the transcooler or the transmission.

      Answered on 7/9/2010 by Kevin from AAP
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