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1974 DODGE D100 PU HOOKING UP THE TWO TRANNY LINES ONE TO THE RADIATOR

I am not sure what two lines go where I didn't write it down when I took it out

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If both those lines go to the transmission cooler, it really wont matter how they are connected.

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SOURCE: 87 dodge pickup transmission cooler

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.

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