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Old 04-06-2011, 12:30 AM
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700r4 fluid direction of flow

I have installed a Cad 472 in my '77 Jeep J20 3/4 ton pickup with a th400 transmission. I am now installing a 700r4 trans. and an auxiliary cooler. I need to know which cooling connection on the transmission is in and which is out. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Upper trans fitting is the return from the cooler into the tranny.

Lower trans fitting is the cooler feed from the tranny. So- OUT the bottom, IN the top.
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Cooler Line Chart>> http://www.transmissioncenter.org/Au...Goes_Where.htm
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So for the 700 r4 and the 4L60e bottom outlet hot and top inlet cold ( click on image with bypass set up)

Does that sound right?
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Yes, just like the Pic.
Most all RWD GM's are like this, the 2004R is reversed.
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