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auto transmission fluid cooler lines

Hey guys I was just curious which hoses from cooler lines go to I know one goes to the radiator I don't know where the other goes too...appreciate the help
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Re: auto transmission fluid cooler lines

Hmmm, if only there was a service manual here...


Call me crazy....I'll take a stab at it...
Maybe the tranny cooler hose goes to
THE TRANNY?
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I'll double check the manual
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This should help some.
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Yes it will ty man appreciate it
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