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Q: Transmission coolant line

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Hello I have a picture was wondering if u could tell me if this is the coolant line for sure before I buy a new part

Hi there! Unfortunately, there was not an attached picture here. The transmission cooler lines will come from the side of the transmission to the cooler. If you need help with an inspection, a certified professional from YourMechanic can come to your car’s location to advise you on a repair.

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