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Old 06-06-20, 05:30 PM
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This is probably a simply answered question but I'll ask in anyway..

I am replacing my condenser and can get the two a/c lines off but how do the transmission lines get disconnected. They're not like to two a/c lines.

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Old 06-06-20, 08:02 PM
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The A/C condenser coil is in front of the radiator. The transmission lines go into the radiator.
You shouldn't need to remove the transmission lives to change the condenser.
If I remember right.... the two A/C lines are at the bottom left side of the coil.(facing coil)
 
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Old 06-06-20, 11:25 PM
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Thank you for the reply but the transmission lines go into the condenser..The hookup for the transmission line is not the same setup as for the a/c line.
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https://www.1aauto.com/2005-07-dodge...SABEgJC-PD_BwE
 
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Old 06-07-20, 07:28 AM
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probably a spring lock connection fairly common in use on vehicles for transmission and fuel and even a/c lines on some vehicles, just need the correct size tool to install over the line and push in to release the spring lock local parts store will likely have the tool you need or you can buy a set online search amazon for quick disconnect tool kit there is a lot of different sizes.
 
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I have to confess..... I'm lost. I looked at your link. It says A/C condenser.
I see the two refrigerant connections but don't see the transmission connections.
Are the trans cooler line connections not shown in the picture ?

When I look up trans cooler.... it's shown as a separate coil that mounts between the radiator and the condenser. It is engine size dependent too. The spring lock tools are very common but I can't find them on your coils.

Can you post a picture of them..... How-to-insert-pictures.
 
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I got it.. there is a cover for each of the two connections. I removed them and then used a pair of vice grips to loosen and remove the two connectors.

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