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



      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:

    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



      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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