Anyone know where I can get the trans line that connects to the lower outlet on the radiator? Everywhere I looked I can only find the one that connects to the upper outlet.. Mine is leaking at the fitting that connects to the radiator. I DON'T have an aux trans cooler, but I have no problem at all finding the lower hose for that application.. Rock Auto doesn't have what I need either. Any help is appreciated! Thanks.
From what i have found they are dealer only. Have you trued taking the connector apart, cleaning it, replace the rubber section of hose which is just clamped on, use some teflon tape, and put it back together?
No haven't tried anything with it yet... Just noticed it leaking yesterday.. I'll check it out this weekend since it's not my DD anyway.. I just don't want to have the little balls fall out of that connector, then I'll be screwed. There's no way to change that connector either, right?
If its leaking and wont stop, replace it before it's to late. Few bucks for a line or $2000 for a transmission when the line blows and you lose all your fluid and cook your tranny before you realize what happened.
I hear ya. My story is my radiator cracked the plastic side so replaced the rad with one from advance, it came with a different rad connector. Replaced the oem connector with new one, now when the hose gets pressure it leaks at the connect. Replaced the grommet twice still leaks HAVE NOT been driving the jeep since it happened.
I'm going to the dealer in next couple of days hopefully my frustration level doesnt go into overdrive. I don't wanna jinx myself but I can see walking in the parts depo with the hose and them telling me they dont service/stock 1995 jeep parts anymore, fingers crossed.
On a side note the hose did have grime all over it running down from the connect. I'm guessing it sealed itself with crud over the last 16 years and now I broke the dam so to speak.
Well put an new plastic quick disconnect and another new rubber grommet and its still leaking. More of a slow trickle than the full on flow it was doing. Would a gasket sealent hold the leak after it dried or would it work itself free, open to suggestions