AirSept, a leader in the development of OEM and aftermarket solutions for complex automotive repair problems, introduces Smart Splice Pro Series – Trans & P/S (part # 78019), the newest extension in its popular line of products for quick, durable line repair. The new kit provides technicians everything needed to fix a damaged metal line or connect a metal line to a hose for transmission and power steering service in five minutes, with no line removal needed.  

The Smart Splice Pro Series – Trans & P/S includes 16 repairs, making it ideal for any repair shop.  With Smart Splice connectors for straight, 45˚, and 90˚ line-to-line repairs along with Smart Splice connectors for line-to-hose repairs, technicians have everything needed to quickly and effectively repair or build almost all transmission lines and power steering return lines.  

Smart Splice line repair products are superior to traditional compression fittings thanks to AirSept’s proprietary sealing technology that contributes to long service life. A unique HNBR seal sleeve dramatically expands the sealing surface and a high-tech anti-vibration tension ring ensures repair durability in heavy vibration automotive applications. 

“Automotive technicians know that replacing damaged transmission and power steering lines can be labor intensive and costly,” said AirSept president Aaron Becker. “Plus, most replacement lines are ‘dealer only’ that can often take days to source. AirSept’s Line Splice provides a fast, durable repair for metal lines and to quickly connect a metal line to a rubber hose.” 

Smart Splice is OE-approved for line repair and is technician-friendly with no special tools or adhesives required. Smart Splice is burst tested to 2,600 psi to ensure durability in tough automotive applications. 

For more information on AirSept’s award winning line of products that solve challenging automotive repair problems, visit

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