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Transmission Cooler Line

While replacing A/C compressor and dryer I found this rusty line (see attached pic), connecting between the torque convertor and the tranny cooler in front of the radiator. I want to buy online but don't know its technical term to search for. What is that line called?

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I think this is the hose in your pic ... the part # is 210-270-17-96
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Wow.

That is really corroded. They use salt on the roads there?




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In CA we don't have the corrosion, but I replaced the hoses on couple of MB in the past and now my 98 model is due. I would advise to replace them as well. Thanks for posting the catalog page.
Russian site is not working and I have hard time to find part numbers.
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I think this is the hose in your pic ... the part # is 210-270-17-96
You may want to double check that part numbers application to your vehicle. Look at the drawing and then look at your part and its attachment and your photo------Do you see something different!!!
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You may want to double check that part numbers application to your vehicle. Look at the drawing and then look at your part and its attachment and your photo------Do you see something different!!!
Indeed! This part seems to be the correct one but to be sure I'd need netdvn's chassis and trans #'s.
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Part #62 on the picture is different from mine. My line is attached near the top of the cooler element and facing outward (picture shows facing inward and to low). Still hunting for a correct part.

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could this have caused leak in picture below? I was thinking torque converter seal but fixing this (if it is the problem) first would be cheaper and a much less risky job.
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The above looks more like pan gasket leak, but the only way to make sure is wash it, take the car for a drive and recheck. Sometimes lining the area with paper towels is the only way to pinpoint the leak. Good luck
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