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Old 06-21-2004, 05:53 PM   #1
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Tranny Cooler is in

Now what do I do with it

I dont know where to start.

Tony(01MineralGray) said something about unhooking the stock tranny cooler and running this one through it.

Anyone know of any good how tos?
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well, there is this really cool web page that used to have how-tos, but now for some reason the link is dead. What was that page.... oh yeah! www.v6stangs.com!

oh, and for ur question, I have no clue.
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this is what i used... http://v6.redpony.org/howto/trannyco...annycooler.htm
if ya need any more info let me know
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Its installed 4hs later lol

Its a pain to mount those things. The ties they give you are crappy and the first time the lower line started leaking so we had to take it off and put it on again. We let it run for a minute and didnt see anymore leaks so hopefully its fixed lol.

Going to keep checking it.
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The ties? The frame is pre-drilled for it. I didn't have to zip-tie it through the radiator.
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Old 06-21-2004, 10:37 PM   #7
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I bet it is. Right in front of the radiator on the driver side. Between the bumper and radiator. Three of the holes lined up perfect and I drilled a fourth.
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This is what I used to go by
http://v6.redpony.org/howto/trannyco...annycooler.htm
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I'll post pictures of mine up sometime.
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it took your 4hrs? wow, you should never touch a car again. you just shove the zip ties thru the radiator and plug them up. then you just take the lines and use rubber hoses to do new lines. took me all of 20min to install mine
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Doesnt matter to me. I took my time and made sure I did it right. Oh well
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ive never put one on but i dont think its done in twenty minutes atleast like 45 minutes
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If you've never put one on 45-60 minutes is probably accurate. If you have put one on... You would know you just need to plug two hoses in. 5 minutes. Tops.
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i dont know what way you did it, but i never had to plug any hoses. you just extend them and route them differently.

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I didn't plug hoses. I pulled one of the lines off the radiator and ran that through my B&M and used one of the supplied fittings to reattach to the radiator.
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yeah, it took me about 45 mins to do mine, that damn fitting on the factory cooler broke loose when i unbolted the tube, i couldn't get those ties to go through the radiator oh well....
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