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Trans Cooler Lines 2011 Mack Removal Tricks?

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Hi, are there any tricks for taking off transcooler lines. the trucks i work on are the newer cxu613's and chu's. any tips or tools? i would really appreciate it.

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This Mack service bulletin shows how to remove the lines and also the tool part # you can order from Mack. I think you can also use a fuel line disconnect tool as well.

PV729-PI0787.pdf

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Those lines are terrible. Every I-Shift or MDrive that gets replaced gets 2 new lines and all 4 fittings.

If you need to remove them without the tool you can, remove the white lock, slide the green lock back with a small screwdriver and use a small thin ziptie and wrap/tighten it around the small green tabs, then push in pull out/work the line out.

The tool works awesome.

Cutting them off and replacing them works well too. I hate those lines.

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Be careful with the O-ring on the hose. We use the removal tool in the plant.

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