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Transmission Cooler Line Part Number

I just purchased an obs and have had a bad start so far, the power steering pulley cam off and then the belt pulled the rubber line of the transmission cooler line coming from front of transmission. It also bent the metal line up and against the block. Anyone have a part number for this line figured I might as well go ahead and replace that rather than put it back together to find a leak from being bent.

Only spent a few minutes looking before I had to leave. I also noticed that there is either a part of the belt or hose stuck behind the fan pulley so got to figure out how to get that out still. I also saw there are also 3-4 wires showing in that area as well, they dont seem to be tore up just out of the protective sleeve so hopefully I didnt get the CPS wiring hooked up on the belt.
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Get a piece of 5\16 steel brake line and make your own. Mine were shot when I got my truck, took all of the old ones out ran new steel lines to a remote cooler in front of the radiator. The flare on the brake line fits in the fitting on the trans.
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Thanks I'll try that route. Got to look at it again tonight and it tore all the split low off CPA wiring but the wires are in tact thankfully. Howeve i do got part of the belt wrapped under the balancer so have to try and get that all out.
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Another alternative would be to upgrade to the 3/8" SD lines:

Transmission Cooler Lines (SuperDuty 3/8”)
(Ford) Line F81Z-7A031CE
(Ford) Line F81Z-7A030CA
(Ford) By Pass Tube 2C3Z-7H322-BA

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I know this thread is alittle old but Patrick I was wondering if those 3/8 SD lines would work on a 97 450 and are they a exact replacement or would I have to alter them a bit. Thanks
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They should work fine (from what I've read). You would probably need to change the hose parts to the radiator cooler and air cooler too. Cheers!

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OK Great. Ill give it a shot.... Thanks
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What does the bypass tube do? There isn't one on it now, is adding one important?

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