Question about 1999 Jeep Wrangler
I'm going to assume you have an automatic transmission? If so, look on the passengers side of the transmission...There should be two steel lines (like fuel lines) coming from the trans, going towards the front of the vehicle. follow either of them and it should lead you to the transmission cooler. (Ordinarily inside the drivers side tank of the radiator) It is possible that someone has disconnected it from the radiator and has used an aftermarket cooler mounted somewhere at the front (usually in front of the a/c condenser. I generally use these as an "add on" to the original system, not as a "stand alone) unless the unit is exceptionally large.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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