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Old 07-14-2002, 04:23 PM   #1
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Default How to hookup 4L60E trans lines @ transmission???

I have the nut on the trans, a flared line, a white plastic thingy, a red plastic cover, and an "E" clip. How does the trans line go/stay in there? I am thinking that it goes into the nut, the nut is tightened down, holding the line in place, then the white plastic thing is slid over the line/fitting junction, then the "E" clip is installed over the white thing, holding it all together, is this correct? Can anybody shed some light on this for me? I didn't take it out, and I need to figure out how to put it back together, ASAP. Thanks, Shawn

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Default Re: How to hookup 4L60E trans lines @ transmission???

No wrenches are required for this. You dont need to loosen or tighten the nuts (unless you are swapping with another tranny). Push the line in. Install E-clip through slot holes in fitting. Slide white plastic retainer over fitting and E-clip. Slide red plastic disc up to backside of white retainer.
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Default Re: How to hookup 4L60E trans lines @ transmission???

Exactly what Chris said just a hint the e-clips can be a pain if not lined up right.

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Default Re: How to hookup 4L60E trans lines @ transmission???

I just went through this last week. You need to put the e-clip in the fitting first, make sure all three tabs on e-clip can be seen inside fitting. Push the cooler line into fitting till is snaps in place. Slide the white plastic ring over the fitting and e-clip to hold everything in place. Make sure you give the line a good yank to make sure the line is in securely.

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