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The new trans is all in but I snagged teh lines while it was being aligned and bent them. Question is if anyone can get me a pic of where the liens go into the trans or just tell which one goes to the top and bottom hole(left line being drivers side)? I have a pretty good idea but just want to make sure.

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-Miller
 

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i can print off a picture out of the catalog , but i dont have a way to scan it, do you have a number i could fax one to you?
 

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Justin,

Lets try this number:

18456251238

Its through aol and I've never used it before but its worth a shot.

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-Miller
 

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ill try in a few mintues, its actually for a 93 but should surfice for what you need. justin
 

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it went through , let me know how it turned out.
 

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Ok got it. I am surprised aol actually did something right. It should be all I need.

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-Bryan Miller
 

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:thumbsup:
 

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Justin,
If the lines get switched is there any thing I shoudl be worried about? LiKe a valve or something. I am trying to track down the source of a noise from my trans.

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well i dont think i t will, due to the fact of its going to push the fuild thru the cooler whatever way its hooked up.
 

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The only way that switching the lines would cause a problem, is if someone had installed a inline filter in the trans lines. If it were switched then, it would send all the crap back into the trans.
 
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