Actually the trans cooler is integrated into the Condensor for the AC, mounted in front of the engine radiator and the power steering cooler is mounted in front of the Condesor/trans cooler.
The trans cooler uses quick disconnect fittings, so something would have to be improvised to splice into the lines.
Trans Temp Gauge would be a good thing to have. I've towed a 2700lb car w/ dolly with my 3.7L/NAG1 commander and factory cooler, no factory tow package, I added the hitch and didn't add any extra cooling, but the temp gauge. The trans ran the same temp or only slightly higher, still under 150°F the whole trip. When I drove slow through a residential neighborhood, the temp jumped up to 200°F for a minute, then got right back down once I got moving straight and a bit faster again.
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