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I work on so many different types, So bear with me. Your is either on top or on the side of the transmission. Look at it. You have to remove or get things out of they way to access it. Don't remove the coolant lines. The O rings fit into slots on the cooler. All I do is add a little silicone to get them to stay in place. Smear the silicone on the O ring, not the cooler. You won't be able to see what your wanting to do. But you can feel it. Double and triple check if you need to before bolting it down. If, you need to see that they are seated, Then look closely at all you have to remove to get the cooler completely out. I turned this 2 hour job, into 15 minutes. Ps, If you have to see it seated, drain the radiator, you don't want coolant getting into the transmission.
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
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