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I need to know which is the input flow and which is the output flow for transmission fluid

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Hi,

If you remove the lines off the transmission cooler and turn the engine over you will see which hose the fluid comes out of.
Then the other hose is your return hose to the transmission.

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Jason

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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I have always been a little leary of in-line filters for something like the transmission. The reason for this, however remote the possibility is, is that if that filter should for some reason become plugged, then it completely cuts off the flow of transmission fluid. While anything floating around in your transmission fluid in such an extent as to be able to plug an in-line filter is bad, blocking off transmission fluid it just as bad if not worse.

The better option, in my opinion, is to use a regular oil filter. You can buy remote oil filter mounts from just about any auto parts dealer. Find a suitable mounting place for it, plumb it into the transmission fluid lines (output of tranny to input of remote filter mount, output of remote filter mount back to the tranny or tranny cooler then from the cooler back to the tranny) and spin on a regular oil filter. I wont get into the debates of which filter is better because it is a hotly contested subject, but I would just use the best filter you can.

An oil filter plumbed into the transmission fluid is going to filter far better than what an inline filter can, it will hold more fluid, has more dirt holding capacity and the biggie, most oil filters have a by-pass mechanism. That is to say that if they get so loaded up with dirt that fluid cannot pass through the filter, they have a pressure relief spring in them that will activate and force the fluid by the filter which means if it gets clogged it will still flow transmission fluid.

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