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Transmission coolers lines or power steering

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Old 02-10-2019, 06:20 PM
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Hey guys new to forum I drive a 2011 ram 1500 sport quad cab love it been solid for 80k miles. But today I seen a leak underneath popped the hood. It looks like itís the transmission cooler lines but also looks like itís headed in the direction of the rack also could it be power steering? Just seeing if anyone can verify. Leaking at the crimp. Thanks everyone in advance.
 
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Hey guys new to forum I drive a 2011 ram 1500 sport quad cab love it been solid for 80k miles. But today I seen a leak underneath popped the hood. It looks like it’s the transmission cooler lines but also looks like it’s headed in the direction of the rack also could it be power steering? Just seeing if anyone can verify. Leaking at the crimp. Thanks everyone in advance.
Welcome to the forum. That's your tranny cooler plumbing. The OE lines for the 5/6-speed transmissions failed frequently. The updated part is: 55056859AD. That gets you both lines, pressure and return. They're not sold individually.
 
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Welcome to the forum. That's your tranny cooler plumbing. The OE lines for the 5/6-speed transmissions failed frequently. The updated part is: 55056859AD. That gets you both lines, pressure and return. They're not sold individually.

awsome thank you. What transmission fluid should I use in the mean time until I get it fixed just got slammed with snow today.??
 
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awsome thank you. What transmission fluid should i use in the mean time until i get it fixed just got slammed with snow today.??
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