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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 09-20-2003, 09:09 PM   #1
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what is the part number from the tranny to the raidator? i have a busted one and tranny fluid is goin places...so i need the part number for the part from the tranny to the bottom of the radiator
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HELP!!!!
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If you mean the transmission line from the transmission to the BOTTOM port of the radiator on the passenger side, for 92 WITH an auxiliary trans cooler (all SSEi and SSE), it'*:

GM PART # 25615305
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $5.42
OUR PRICE: $3.09
DESCRIPTION: PIPE CLR

So, to sum up....if you have the transmission cooler on your 92 ONLY, this is the line from the trans to the rad, lower port. There'* alot of differences between options, years, and models.

This should be what YOU need for your 92SSEi. David, the dealer will have this line for $18. Trust me. This is the part that almost engulfed my car in flames last year. I'm betting the rubber hose blew out of the crimp?
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what is the part number from the tranny to the raidator? i have a busted one and tranny fluid is goin places...so i need the part number for the part from the tranny to the bottom of the radiator
Has your car had the warranty replacement Trans hoses done yet? If not get it done, there is a ten year expiry date on this btw. I got mine done last year.
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well his is a 92, and it'* the middle of 1993, unless the 10 year is from date of recall. Dude get a dealer to do it! How the hell do you get around!
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Has your car had the warranty replacement Trans hoses done yet? If not get it done, there is a ten year expiry date on this btw. I got mine done last year.
Come again? More info on this?
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so are you syaing dont try to do it myself?
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Has your car had the warranty replacement Trans hoses done yet? If not get it done, there is a ten year expiry date on this btw. I got mine done last year.
Come again? More info on this?
Have a GM Dealer see if the Trans Cooler Line Recall has been done on your car yet! Remember all those Trans Cooler Line Fires????? Well because ATF is very flamable, GM made a recall to get them fixed. Of course if you're a second or third owner of the vehicle you'll never get that recall notice, so you have to do the work yourself to see if there ia any outstanding recalls. All you need to do is take your VIN to any GM Service Dept & have them check for you.
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so are you syaing dont try to do it myself?
I'm saying you may be able to get GM to not only do the work for you, but get GM to pay for the Parts & Labour too!
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i called a gm dealer a a while ago and they said for my vin there wasnt any work that needed to be done on recalls....it was all done i guess...is this something i can do myself or what?
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