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Old 03-09-2012, 12:42 PM   #1
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I'm doing a auto trans flush on my 2000 tj it has the 32rh trans and I need to know which hose coming from the radiator is the trans cooler line? And if I pull it off am I going to get a surprise (fluid coming out) or will it be empty ?

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I'm doing a auto trans flush on my 2000 tj it has the 32rh trans and I need to know which hose coming from the radiator is the trans cooler line? And if I pull it off am I going to get a surprise (fluid coming out) or will it be empty ?
The one from the tranny line is on driver side and the return is on the passenger side of the radiator.

There will be atf fluid once you remove the hoses. Have plenty of rags and a big catch pan for the fluid.
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The one from the tranny line is on driver side and the return is on the passenger side of the radiator.

There will be atf fluid once you remove the hoses. Have plenty of rags and a big catch pan for the fluid.
I'm only removing one and I'm guessing it will be the passenger side one since I am flushing the whole transmission and adding fluid while it pumps the old stuff out. I am also draining the pan first will I still need to worry about the fluid coming out? I don't think anything should come out of the return line until I put it in N and start pumping it right?
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There will be some residual fluid in the return line when you remove the hose, but very minimal. Yes, once you put the tranny in neutral that is when you get the pumping cycle going.
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Alright so the one that I want is the passenger side?

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