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greasemonkey85
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« on: November 18, 2006, 07:58:53 pm »

hey guys, just buttoning everything up before i fire my new motor and trans, when i was plumbing trans cooler i couldn t figure out which line was out and which line was in. my cooler is labeled in and out. the c-6 has two outlets one towards the front and one towards the back both on the same side. oh i was also wondering if i could plumb temp gauge into one of them or off one of the little plugs? everythings topped off fluid wise so i can t do that than i am not going to run it in the pan either. thanks
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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2006, 11:47:27 pm »

the front line should be the pressure port.  you can use a t fitting to plumb the temp gauge, you just need to figure out if you want it to be before or after the trans cooler.  a quick test is to hook the lines up to the trans, put some flexible hose on the ends, remove the coil wire, put the two rubber lines in a bucket, and turn over the engine until fluid comes out of one...that's the pressure line.
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