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Old 12-28-2005, 06:42 PM   #1
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I need to replace the lines that go from the transmission to the radiator. I dont know the actual part name, number, or where I can even buy these parts. I tried calling autozone but they offered no help. Please help me.
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These may be dealer only items. My local auto shop did not carry them.
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I got 4 part numbers from the dealer but he wasnt clear on which numbers were for what part.
25615306, 25615305, 25606750, 25659161.

The dealer said he would charge me 80 bucks for all four but they show up on GM Parts Direct for a toal of about 31$. I just want to make sure I get the right parts.

edit: Now I need help figuring out the right parts, becuase gmpd charges a hefty amount for shipping.
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It depends on what you NEED. The dealer quote you the right numbers, and is raping you on the prices. Try running those numbers through www.gmpartsdirect.com

Think of your two lines as 4 pieces. Two long ones attached to the radiator, mostly stainless steel tubing. Two short pieces that join the long ones to the trans.

What do you need?
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the two long ones. I may just replace them all, the total with shipping is 40 something bucks. Which makes this thread mostly worthless. Sorry for wasting time and space.
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No waste of space here at all. You got what you needed. If you only want the two long ones, let me know and I can tell you which part numbers they are.
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Quick Question: Would the 4 part #* for the tranny lines mentioned above [25615306, 25615305, 25606750, 25659161], be the same for my '93 SE L27?

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Quick Question: Would the 4 part #* for the tranny lines mentioned above [25615306, 25615305, 25606750, 25659161], be the same for my '93 SE L27?

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Yes, they are, but it'* good you asked considering the considerable differences from 92 to 93. Assuming you have no towing package (extra external trans cooler).
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I'm assuming that I don't have any towing package on my '93 SE L27: there is no tranny cooler where you would assume it would go - in front of the A/C condenser and/or radiator...However, now that you mention it, I do recall seeing a small 'cooler' on the underside, passenger side of the car the last time I changed oil...but I passed that off as a power steering or oil cooler: it'* smaller than any tranny cooler I've ever looked at...I suppose I could check the 'Order Codes' in the trunk [if I still have them]...Would the VIN tell me anything?
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Um in 94 (l27 without cooler) there were only 2 lines, 2 part numbers. I thought they were the same for 92.


on my ssei there was the trans cooler which added more lines.
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