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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:54 pm    Post subject:  Trans fitting leak Reply with quote

I have a leak on the fitting pictured. Can I just change the fitting or do I need to change the whole line. Also will the standard fuel line/AC line disconnect tool work?


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:11 pm    Post subject:   Reply with quote

I just replaced that very same piece on my car last week. You can replace it without replacing the entire line. I think if you buy it through the stealership its around $19 (I know "HELL TO THE NO"). However, you just pull the plastic piece down and then there is a lock ring siting over the connection between the line and the fitting. Use a flat head screwdriver or something pointy to remove the clip. Once removed the line separates from the fitting (NOTE: You have have a little fluid leakage not nothing major, probably a few ounces. Then just get a deep socket (forgot what size it is) to remove it. Then install the new fitting, and slip the line back in and that's all.

The part number is: ACDelco 24236555 Long Transmission Fluid Cooler Pipe Fitting Assembly



Rock auto has it for $7.85 and here's a 5% off coupon code F92D1AB60FBE

Initially when mines started leaking I had the leak really bad to where I was loosing enough fluid that the tranny started slipping, so I was desperate and was willing to buy it from the dealership. I told them what part is was and they brought me part number 24236554 (This is the fitting for the other line pictured). Anyways when i get home i noticed it was the wrong part and it went back to the dealer to return it. I then went on RockAuto to order and sure enough when the package came they sent me the wrong part number even though i requested the part ending in 555. They ended up re-sending the correct piece to me. I dont know if its an error in there parts catalog or what but I found it strange Dealer and RockAuto had the same exact parts mixed up. So I recommend trying to order it over the phone and passing the info along to their sales rep. Hope this helps.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:27 pm    Post subject:   Reply with quote

Thx

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