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Old 06/28/20, 06:45 PM   #1
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stupid question of the day!

do the transmission lines on a c4 go between the transmission dipstick and the transmission? I replaced my lines, and im having a hell of a time getting them to thread into the tranny. the shorter line looks like it should butt right up against the tranny, but the longer line (going to the back of the tranny) looks like it could go outside of the dipstick. any tricks to getting them to thread in? I tried for an hour with no luck today.

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Old 06/29/20, 10:33 PM   #2
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do the transmission lines on a c4 go between the transmission dipstick and the transmission? I replaced my lines, and im having a hell of a time getting them to thread into the tranny. the shorter line looks like it should butt right up against the tranny, but the longer line (going to the back of the tranny) looks like it could go outside of the dipstick. any tricks to getting them to thread in? I tried for an hour with no luck today.

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I can't remember where they run, but you can tweak the ends slightly to get them to line up better so the threads engage like they should...
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Old 07/03/20, 06:07 AM   #3
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Hey Ranger, I was under mine the other day, snapped a few pics, hope this helps, good luck!!!
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Old 07/03/20, 08:55 AM   #4
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Thank you!

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