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T-350 Cooling Lines

This may be a dumb question, but does anyone know which line is the inlet and which is the outlet cooling line on a TH350? I'm installing a cooler and forgot which is which.

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I'm pretty sure that the front line on virtually every trans is the pressure side as it is closest to the pump.

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Here are some somewhat "generic" installation instructions

The diagram seems to confirm my theory, but as described a bit later ... the "drain pan" method will tell you for sure.

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This may be a dumb question, but does anyone know which line is the inlet and which is the outlet cooling line on a TH350? I'm installing a cooler and forgot which is which.
From here:

Top line of the transmission = in from the cooler
Bottom line of the transmission = out to the cooler

Note: All except TH200C and TH2004R- which are opposite.
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