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Changeing the radiator

I can seem to find the lines that run from the transmission to the radistor where can i get a diagram?

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  • Richard Finch May 11, 2010

    Is your car manual shift or automatic?

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If your car has a manual shift there will not be any coolant pipes for the transmission oil.

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