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Some idiot punctured my tranny coolant line.

I belive it's stainless steel.

Where can I buy one please?

Thanks Zooheads!

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Where can I buy this for a Amigo 200, v6 3.2



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Any 92-04 Isuzu automatic will have those fittings. You can cut the lines about 3-4" from the fitting and then use hose and clamps to joint it to your existing lines. I had almost exactly the same issue on a Trooper that I had to swap the transmission in. The line snapped when I tried to back it out of the transmission.

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If one insists on having steel lines, they can buy Bundy-Flex or whatever brand of replacement brake lines that their local auto part6s house carries. They are available in quite a few diameters, so you can pick and choose.

Transmission cooler HOSE is perfectly serviceable, and is used on many new vehicles from the factory near the heat exchanger and/or the transmission to keep motion from work-hardening the l,lines until the break.

EDIT: Also notice that you do NOT have stainless steel lines.
 

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Thanks a lot..

I found the part with the connectors on the isuzuparts.com website.

It's about 75 shipped, so I may just go that way.

The guy said it is probably aluminum, but he wasn't sure.

I may be able to reuse the fitting and get some type of tube instead of spending $75 on an aluminum tube.

Hm.,.... think, think, think...

Thanks a lot,

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