Which line is press & return on AutoTrans cooling on radiator?

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Old 08 Dec 2004, 09:36 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which line is press & return on AutoTrans cooling on radiator?

90 camry Auto V-6
Which line is return and pressure on the trans fluid cooling line to
radiator?
Can a fuel line hose be used for the trans fluid cooling lines to
radiator?
Is there difference on hose type for carrying dextron ATF vs. gas????


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Old 09 Dec 2004, 07:20 am   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Which line is press & return on AutoTrans cooling on radiator?

Use the correct hose. Fuel line may not fail, but why risk it? Possible
failure modes could be swelling or leakage at fittings.
Those hoses rarely need replacement anyway.
If you really need to know which is supply and return, I'd guess the
one on the driver side is supply - temporarily disconnect it, run the
end into a bucket, let the engine idle for a few seconds and confirm
that tranmission fluid is pumped out. Then top up the fluid with the
transmission at operating temperature. If the fluid were pumped out of
the open end of the cooler in the base of the radiator, would mean the
other hose was the supply (pressure) line.

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