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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-04-2004, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Radiator question

I am going to ordering a new 3 core radiator for my YJ very soon. I was wondering if I could use the automatic transmission ports on the bottom (i'm running a t-18) to hook up my power steering to. I already have a cooler for the power steering, but if I can eliminate the need for the addition cooler on the front and just use the internal one, it would be cleaner. Would the A.T. cooler that is built into the radiator do anything to cool the Power steering? Thanks
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Re: Radiator question

1. It should work fine...
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Re: Radiator question

Thats what i want to do..
One way to find out.
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