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Routing diagram of transmission and trans cooler lines

Bottom radiator to bottom/top trans. I need to replace the bottom radiator to transmission line and I need to know if it goes to top or bottom fitting on transmission

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SOURCE: on my 92 jimmy you know how it has 2 transmission

Ok, the top line goes to transmission, as does the bottom line. They are connected at the transmission and the other end is connected at the cooler to create a path for the transmission fluid to flow through without losing fluid. One is connected at the top and one is connected at the bottom. I hope you understand this, since your question makes no sense to me.

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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