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I have removed the Air condition pump and plumbing, but left the radiator part. I was wondering if anyone has tried using this part as a transmission oil cooler?? how does a transmission cooler work and where is it connected to?

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If you've got an auto tranny, chances are there's already a cooler hooked up.

If you've got a manual, well, they generally don't need cooling. But if you're gung-ho about doing it you could hook up the cooler between the tranny fill and drain plugs, and add an electric pump to get the oil moving.

Maybe the best idea would be to use this thing as a power steering cooler? Much more useful in a 4x4 with big tires, in my opinion. In that case, you'd hook the cooler into the steering box return line.

Chris

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