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Oil cooler line

I need help with oil cooler lines. i was replaceing the radiator on my 2002 mazda protege and i cant remember which line goes to the radiator.

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There should be two tranny lines going into the radiator. That means there should be a total of 6 hoses going into the radiator.
Hope it helps.

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What's your email address? I'll send you some service manual pdf's.

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