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Old 02-25-2010, 11:48 PM   #1
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Which hose?

Which hose is the in hose to the transmission radiator cooler and which is the return hose to the transmission? #1 or #2 Please help.

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There has to be someone who can help?

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Old 02-26-2010, 05:31 PM   #3
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The driver's side is the input to the tranny cooler inside the radiator, the passenger side is the return. At least it is on my '97.
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What are you doing adding an external cooler?
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Yep I am adding a large external cooler for the transmission. I am a firm believer in them, plus it pulls more heat away from the coolant radiator which is a good thing as most Jeeps run hot.
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If you want to help the radiator & engine run cooler by a very minor amount, install the cooler in front of the radiator, on the input side. Unfortunately, that won't help cool the transmission much, if any at all. I installed my tranny's aux cooler (from Currie) on the output side of the OE tranny cooler which gives the most cooling effect for the transmission itself.
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I installed my tranny's aux cooler (from Currie) on the output side of the OE tranny cooler which gives the most cooling effect for the transmission itself.
Good to know! Thinking about adding a cooler for my tranny too, since I'm hoping to do more dirtbikin' this year.

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