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Old 08-23-2011, 10:32 PM
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C4 Trans Fittings

Im looking to replace the trans cooler lines on my C4. what size fittings should be used to replace the ones being used now? The current metal lines are 3/8" OD
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I dont know because it was installed by a PO the number on top of the trans is 7E102978
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