friend cross threaded cooler line and now it leaks transmission fluid. where do we buy the lines or the screw in part and is it called transmission cooler line where it is connected to the radiator. At least it was caused from taking the radiator out and putting in a new one, (or a second hand one) and then when he screwed the hoses back and they went in crooked then we started loosing tran fluid. Now we can't find the lines or hoses for our 2001 Saturn sl 1.9 ltr. 4 cylinder and I do not know if it is a sohc or dohc and would appreciate anyone helping me to know how to figure that out. My husband had a heart attack and was unable to fix the car himself, and is this very expensive because we are on a fixed and very tight income. We would really appreciate any help that you could email to us to let us know what to do and where to find the parts because we depend totally on this car to get him to doctors that are mostly out of our town. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your help!
transmission cooler lines for 2001 saturn sl on 2001 Saturn SL
by ccpapa in Toccoa, GA on November 23, 2010
ANSWER by dandd on November 23, 2010
You will need to get the cooler lines from Saturn, most GM dealers can still get Saturn parts and you may need to get another radiator, if that is stripped as well. Your friend means well, but really there is a lot of skill required to do type of work correctly the first time. Is he a real friend and willing to pay for what he ruined? Because he should, he cost you a couple of hundred dollars or more.
The rubber section of an automatic transmission cooler line may develop a fluid leak . In some cases the leaking section of hose can be replaced. In others, the complete cooler line must be r...