I figured out the the line pumping the tranny fluid into the rad is on the right side of the rad when facing the engine.
During the install, I noticed that my transmission lines are very close to my exhaust manifold. I did do the MPI upgrade, and I used a manifold from a 4.0, so having the transmission lines that close to the manifold can't be good, right? Well, hopefully the tranny cooler helps till I reroute the lines.
I bought the tranny cooler from NAPA, and it looks like it could be made by Hayden because the zip tie buttons say so. While I was doing the install, I decided to remove the AC condenser since my AC isn't working, and later I plan to remove the AC compressor. So my tranny cooler is mounted right in front of the radiator, and I figure that with the AC condenser removed, my radiator might get a bit more cool air.