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Old 09-02-2002, 06:52 AM
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Question Turbo 350 Trans cooler

I am installing a transmission cooler on my Turbo 350 auto Transmission.
There are two outlets on the side of the transmission, an upper and a lower. Is the upper outlet the return OR is the lower outlet the return?
Someone has to know this ???????? Please - Thanks!

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WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE IT"S ONLY MAKING A CIRCUIT? FROM YOUR TRANNY TO YOUR RAD BACK TO YOUR TRANNY? TOPS THE OUT SOOOO
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Well actually there phil it makes quite a difference. I always recommend using both the stock cooler in the radiator and the aftermarket cooler. Normally I run the fluid frome the trans to the radiator cooler, then to the add-on cooler, then back to the trans. Doing it this way helps keep the fluid temp from overheating and the radiator also helps to warm the fluid to operating temperature when its cold out. Unfortunately I'm not sure which line is which on the Turbo 350 but if you disconnect a line from the radiator and have someone start the engine fluid will gush out one way or the other, you just have to watch and then have your helper shut off the car before you make to big of a mess <img src="graemlins/nono.gif" border="0" alt="[nono]" /> .
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Thanks,
That is exactly the way I want to set this cooling system up.
This is in my 51 Chevrolet pickup. The engine (350 Chevy) is all new and has not been fired up yet and I don't want to fire it up untill I get this trans cooler plumbed properly. I'm trying to avoid making the "big mess" method.
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