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Old 04-13-2014, 05:47 PM
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It doesn't matter as the transmission provides the flow through the radiator, it will work in either direction. The most common scenario is passengers side in, drivers side out, but again it would work either way.
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Thanks a bunch

Thanks, after all ive been thru i sure needed something simple to end my night,
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The line at the rear of the trans is the return from the cooler.
I run the lines according to manufacturers directions: Coming fron the trans, Front trans line to the radiator cooler, then back out of the radiator cooler to the auxillary cooler, finally out of the aux cooler back to the rear line on the transmission.

see here : Transmission Cooler Diagram Photo 3
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Does this diagram work with a 1997 f250 7.3 auto?
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Does this diagram work with a 1997 f250 7.3 auto?
This is universal and can be applied to any application with an auxilary cooler in addition to a cooler built into the radiator.
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