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Old 12-03-2005, 10:00 PM   #11
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dang, lost that round too :(

still leaking

also add another $5 in bolts to secure radiator
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--Update--

Round 3

Now its all out war.

The clay epoxy patch i put on the line held up pretty well. reduced the flood to a little ooze, but the stress of pulling out the tranny line, caused the rubber on the other cooler line to fall apart. so i ended up pulling the radiator back out, then pulling out the AC condenser, then the transmission cooler. mounted the cooler to the radiator, and have the cooler alone cooling the tranny. all was peachy, up until i took the car to work the next day. i came out after work, to discover a lake of tranny fluid under the car. another round, lost


chances are that i just need to tighten up a hose clamp or something, but thats not the point
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Beating on the Tempo = Duimb (somethings gonna give)
It winning so far... = Priceless

Instead of patching with epoxy (BTW losing battle) get some hose (high pressure) from the parts store and a 4 clamps. double clamp them at both sides of the cut in the metal line. Or fix the rubber line by replacing.
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now, the metal hose is coming from the transmission, going to a rubber hose, that goes to the tranny cooler. laid down new rubber for this one not even using that patched section of hose anymore
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Woah, Did you just say you got hired for Dept 37 job code 802?

What store number dude? I'm at #2123

Wanna see all the accidents your store has had?
From inside the store (The CBL terminals in the back work quite well) Login to the "WIRE" as they call it, Over on the right there'* a link for CMI, Claims management something or the other, Go to it, Then ther'll be a search function, Down the page some is a link to TLE claims, Look up your store for say, the last ten years. You can even look up my store. It'll tell you what happened and who did it, Can be useful to shut people up.

Remember If you have Steelman tools, Bonnevilles use the Gray "C" torque stick (rated for 100 ft. lbs. on a 19mm lugnut) and the Yellow "MC" weights, unless they have the 15" steel wheels, then they use the Black "AW" ones. Never forget that. All 87+ are the same.
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Woah, Did you just say you got hired for Dept 37 job code 802?

What store number dude? I'm at #2123

Wanna see all the accidents your store has had?
From inside the store (The CBL terminals in the back work quite well) Login to the "WIRE" as they call it, Over on the right there'* a link for CMI, Claims management something or the other, Go to it, Then ther'll be a search function, Down the page some is a link to TLE claims, Look up your store for say, the last ten years. You can even look up my store. It'll tell you what happened and who did it, Can be useful to shut people up.

Remember If you have Steelman tools, Bonnevilles use the Gray "C" torque stick (rated for 100 ft. lbs. on a 19mm lugnut) and the Yellow "MC" weights, unless they have the 15" steel wheels, then they use the Black "AW" ones. Never forget that. All 87+ are the same.
i dunno, i think so. lol. btw, store # 805 <if not that, it'* 80something>
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