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1989 toyota 3.0 V6 4x4 pickup. Changed the radiator out and forgot which transmission cooling line went to which. Is there a diagram for those? Or that system? I assume my tranny will show tell of improper hook up. Any advice?? Please help

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THERE IS ONLY TWO HOSES FROM TRANNY TO RADIATOR. NO MATTER WHICH HOSE TO WHERE. YOU CAN CONNECT IS ANY HOSE TO ANY PORT. CHANGING TWO PORTS DONT HARM ANYTHING. IT IS ONLY A PIPE INSIDE RADIATOR. NOTHING XOMPLEX

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SOURCE: 1998 chev. cavalier cooling system

there should be a bleeder valve on the thermostat housing open bleeder until coolant comes out with no air and tighten top off coolant to mark on coolant jug

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SOURCE: fuel line diagram

try an autozone or a dealership they can print out the diagrams for you

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