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Transmission leak 94 caprice classic

I have a 94 caprice police package and a leak in my tranny line going to the tranny cooler

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If its in the line its self just cut the line in two and take some fuel line hose, the right diameter, slip it over the line with a couple of clamps and that should fix it. Theres not much pressure there and its a cheap fix.

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