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  • Mile High VX's Avatar
    05/18/2019, 07:36 AM
    It looks like on the OEM radiator the nipples for the rubber lines are different lengths from the first note above. If you do Facebook the VehiCROSS group there is much more active than this forum.
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  • simonsayz1's Avatar
    05/17/2019, 07:21 PM
    OK, so how do I know flow coming from radiator?
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  • Mile High VX's Avatar
    05/17/2019, 12:43 PM
    Some other comments from Eric... Most likely there would not be a substantial change if they were reversed. It’s a 1” pipe or so that sits in the bottom of the radiator. They flow of coolant is directional though on how it flows. So there may...
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  • simonsayz1's Avatar
    05/17/2019, 11:14 AM
    Yes it does help! Thx Mile High
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  • Mile High VX's Avatar
    05/17/2019, 10:54 AM
    Never done mine but I chatted with another member and this was his response...They do matter. Hot side goes to the short passenger side port. The return is the long drivers side one. Hope this helps.
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  • simonsayz1's Avatar
    05/16/2019, 05:45 PM
    Replacing radiator, does it matter which transmission line go to which fitting on new radiator......unfortunately I took radiator out and removed cracked old trans lines, of course I didn't mark then :confused:
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