that's another reason I went with the rubberized hose, it was a pita to disconnect those fitting, and I didn't feel like spending $15 on a tool that I would use once (when installing the tranny cooler).wrstlr119 said:Mine leaks pretty bad also. One think I have heard is that those "quick connect" fittings are a real pain, even with the special tool to remove them.
If it's the softline, which is the only rubber part I have on my lines, then just saw it before and after the part/connector that's leaking and replace it with some softline (rubber hose) and 2 clamps.RandallGee said:It leaks enough that it collects on my suspension and then pools on the concrete. It is leaking where the rubber meets the fitting as it connects to the radiator. Do I need to get the special tool and open the fittings at both ends of the soft line and then insert new soft line? Hook me up. i have been waiting for you guys.