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Which is the hose where does the transmission fluid to the radiator in 2000 toyota corolla the highest or the lowest (looking from Ariba to bottom)

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Any large hoses that are one inch or more in diameter are (antifreeze) radiator coolant hoses. The transmission lines will be less than one half an inch and are located at the bottom or sides.

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You do not explain what you want to know.water has no smell.transmission fluid has a oil this time that all i can tell you.adrian

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