R4 trans line routing Transmission & Drive line.
I have a stock style radiator for an automatic and a R4. The lower radiator line should be routed to the external cooler or back to the. MONSTER'S Website: schematron.org Give us a call at: Curt shows the coolant lines on a R4 and explains the process.
Trans Line Routing for R4 Transmission and DriveLine Questions. Okay, please bare with me. I did a search and confused myself.
What is the correct way to install the cooler? Should I bypass the whole radiator.Oct 06, · I am putting transmission cooling lines in my truck, but I can't tell which line goes in the top transmsission fitting.
It's a engine with TH trans. Aug 10, · Cooled fluid travels from the in-radiator cooler to the transmission through the lower line (bottom of rad).
I'm installing a Hayden myself and need to verify which is the return line (takes cooled fluid from the cooler back to the trans). May 06, · When mounting the cooler with the fittings on the right or left side, the lower fitting must be the inlet with the top fitting routing the fluid back to the transmission.
Awesome that makes sense. Thanks to you and Pete for the info on the sensor mounting. Jan 29, · I elected to use a TH and a fairly high () ratio gear set for this project.
There were several factors involved with this decision. An overdrive transmission (with a ) gear ratio was appealing to a certain extent but in all reality chances are all it would do with street tires would be to make a lot of tire smoke in 1st gear. schematron.org tpi sensor identification and location.Braided Stainless Steel Transmission Cooler LinesChevy LS series engines: LS1, LS2, LS6, LS7, LSX - schematron.org
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