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Have got new rad for mazda323f automatic old one has 2 connections for oil to gearbox. new one has 4 connections .will not take oil pipe connections can you help me

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Sounds like the wrong radiator. have the autoparts store look it up by VIN number if they didnt already

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if it welll welded than you ahve to remove also your gear box,
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Dear you have to choose the engine that recoonect your old gear box cause some model have some specifications that never matched up & having problem with this same you have,

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