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Old 11-02-2007, 04:01 PM   #1
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Well, I am being plagued with leaky tranny hoses. It started yesterday, leaking a drop every 5 mins or so where the section the dealer ( I would assume the dealer did it when the original owner had it) fixed for the recall. The rubber hoses are starting to crack and are making me nervous, SO, I need some part numbers. I would like to replace the 2 that go from the tranny to the radiator/cooler, and the small rubber pieces that connect the hard lines to the tranny cooler. Thanks!
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why get it from the dealer? the parts store will have them on hand (probably) and will be cheaper.
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Nope. Called 6 parts stores. No one carries them. 3 of them told me to call the dealer.
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hmmm, sorry for the bad advice then

thats where I got mine when my 95 blew them out.
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check with your dealer if you are part of a warranty class, they can run your vin. My 92 just had it'* tranny line replaced under a warranty claim. let me find the campaign #
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Nope. Called 6 parts stores. No one carries them. 3 of them told me to call the dealer.
Can you wait long enough to order them from rock auto?

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Ahhh DAMN. I called the dealer. They claimed no open campaigns on my VIN, so they were either replaced, or the recall is expired? Should I give them the campaign number?
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I found the part number from mine on the GM Parts Direct website. http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/

This may or may not help you, but I ended up having my metal lines replaces with rubber transmission hose. It was a lot cheaper and I haven't had any issues yet.
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Got em. Cost me 33 bucks at the dealer, but it'* better than trying to put out a trans fluid fueled fire.

Here'* the pics of the culprits, circled leaks, lines are cracks (surface I assume), and "A1" occasionally leaks but is rare. See, my beef with the problem is somebody CLEARLY overtightened the clamps, and ruined the hoses. When they are replaced, I'm not gonna use traditional clamps, I am picking up some "fuel injection" clamps that clamp the whole diameter down.

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