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Transmission line/cooler leak help

On my 2006 F350 one of the transmission lines into the radiator on the passenger side is leaking right at the hose/fitting joint. Does anyone know where I can buy that hose or how to fix that piece? Also when I disconnect it from the radiator how much ATF fluid will come out? Thanks for the advice to a newbie!!
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Mine is connected with hoseclamps. Is your connection a compression fitting on the hose. Oh and depending on how long it is disconnected. I loose about 1-2 quarts. After you get it hooked all back up. Park on level ground start the truck up and check the trans fluid.


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it does have compression fittings. In ordrer to replace it do I have to replace the entire hose?
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it does have compression fittings. In ordrer to replace it do I have to replace the entire hose?
If it is leaking at the compression fitting. Are you sure that is where it is leaking at.


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