why would it not?
Is there any other reason to have this line hooked up to the radiator?if you have an automatic transsmission, remove the automatic transmission cooling lines from the radiator.
My 92 HELM in the Manual Transmission section makes reference to disconnecting two oil cooler hoses from the oil cooler (page 13-5, step 11) when removing the manual transmission. The Illustrated diagram on page 13-8 shows two oil pump pipes (78 & 80) called oil pump pipe A and B. Usually with a manual transmission you do leave the radiator A/T cooler lines plugged.smokinfastlegend said:Well it says in the haynes manual
Is there any other reason to have this line hooked up to the radiator?
And where we got the radiator, and other places we called, they told us, with a manual, you leave the automatic transmisson cooler lines plugged on the radiator.
Yeah, definitely put them back on. I assume Swift just meant plug the lines while you replace the radiator so you don't lose excess fluid, not remove and plug them permanently.misdeismo said:why not just put them back on? Thats what I did when I replaced my radiator. yeah, that area around the battery is a pain.