Question about 1987 Dodge Pickup 2WD
I replaced my transmission cooler andi cant remember which lines go where. There's 2 lines coming out of the tranni, 1 goes to the radiator, 1 goes to the tranni cooler, and there's a line that's supposed to go from the radiator to the tranni cooler. Tell me please which lines go where if i'm standing facing the motor in the front of the truck. Thanks.
PRESSURE LINES HAVE FITTINGS, RETURN LINES CAN USE HOSE CLAMPS,ALSO YOU ARE USING A TRANS. COOLER, YOU CAN ELIMINATE THE RAD. FOR COOLING TRANS. ALSO THIS WILL HELP YOUR COOLING SYS, DUE TO A LOT LESS HEAT GENERATED BY TRANS FLUID.IF THIS IS NOT A GOOD HELP, TRY PUTING COOLER LINES IN TWO BUCKETS. START ENG.PUT IN GEAR, SO THE PUMP CAN OPERATE, PLS,MAKE A VERY SHORT PERIOD. HELPER WOULD BE HANDY, ALSO RETAIN LINES TO CONTAINERS, DUE PRESSURE.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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