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Hello, I've found leaking or weeping on one of the transmission cooler lines on my 2012 Cruze 1.4L with 72k mi. Has anyone used aftermarket transmission cooler lines in cold weather states which leak less than the OEM ones? I know about the hand made replacements, but I don't trust myself with that task.

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Hello, I've found leaking or weeping on one of the transmission cooler lines on my 2012 Cruze 1.4L with 72k mi. Has anyone used aftermarket transmission cooler lines in cold weather states which leak less than the OEM ones? I know about the hand made replacements, but I don't trust myself with that task.

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Maybe find a local hose shop, but you'd probably have to take the old one off to get the right size.

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Well the hand made replacements ARE the best.. at least they have not leaked in 1500 miles..:)

Could you get a local tranny shop to modify your own lines for you?.. Heck if you lived closer I'd do it for you!
 
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