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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-29-2011, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Trans cooling line location

I have an 06 with a 3.7 with no tow package. I pulled my 2400 pound camper with it the other day and the trans over temp light came on when I hit the highway. I immediately got off the highway and cooled it down and finished my trip on the side roads. I decided I would add a aux trans cooler but Im not 100 percent certain which ones are the trans lines. I have a radiator an ac condenser in front of that and a power steering cooler in front of that. From what I can tell it looks like the trans lines run to the top of the AC condenser and below those lines are the AC lines. Any ideas?

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Nevermind I found them. Also found out the cooler i bought that was supposed to have all the fittings.....didnt.

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