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I have a 1974 Dodge D100 pu I put a tranny in it and I don't know how to hook up the cooler lines is there a fitting on there see pictures please

Would like to see a pictures of the cooler lines. Is there a fitting on there,how do they hook up??

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Should go from bottom of radiator to lines on transmission.

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