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Old 11-16-2010, 03:43 PM   #1
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Does anyone know which one is the feed and which is the return line on a 4L60E transmission from a 2002 TA?

I am thinking the lines on the trans the:

top is a (return)?
bottom is the (feed)?
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Fluid comes out of the bottom line. Goes back into the top line.
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Fluid comes out of the bottom line. Goes back into the top line.
ok thanks for confirming what I was thinking
just wanted to make sure I was routing my cooler
correctly
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