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has anyone had tranny coler lines leak or seep on ther truck and had them replaced and repleced again is there any fix...
 

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has anyone had tranny coler lines leak or seep on ther truck and had them replaced and repleced again is there any fix...
There's 2 other threads on this topic you can read for more info.

Mine seeped a little. Took it to dealer, fixed and done, no problem.

I do wonder why GM let this problem, even if it's pretty minor, go unresolved.
 

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yea you can clearly see where the front of my truck has been repeatedly parked.. looks like a small animal was shot and bled out.... there are aftermarket braided lines that are available, i have no idea where to get them but i have heard of them
 

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For warranty purposes, I assume that would be covered under the 5yr/100,000 mile drivetrain part, correct?



I hope a trans line leak wouldn't be only covered under the 3/36,000. But you never know with warranties......:(
 

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Mine were covered by GM.
mine were covered, replaced once and now that they are leaking again, no more drivetrain warranty, so im gona let them leak for a while, untill i can find a better part to replace them with:thumbdown
 

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Are they covered under the 5/100,000, or do they weasle those leaks into the 3/36,000?
 

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Are they covered under the 5/100,000, or do they weasle those leaks into the 3/36,000?
i am fairly certain that they arent covered under the 'engine' warranty:fart
 

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They are covered, but I think its only 3/36. Not sure, you'd have to check with your dealer.

Last I knew, GM was revising the lines again, as the crimps on the first two designs were substandard. Thats what you get when you have your parts made in China.

A few guys have bought new lines and replaced the OEM rubber/crimps with braided line and fittings. No leaks again.....
 

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They are covered, but I think its only 3/36. Not sure, you'd have to check with your dealer.

Last I knew, GM was revising the lines again, as the crimps on the first two designs were substandard. Thats what you get when you have your parts made in China.

A few guys have bought new lines and replaced the OEM rubber/crimps with braided line and fittings. No leaks again.....
thats what im gonna get done when i have the cash:thumbsup
 
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