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I was checking over a few things, tracing a few different lines and hoses, and there are two metal lines coming out the back side of the radiator going to the transmission. Is this factory, or an aftermarket radiator? I didn't notice any type of pump in the line, does it cycle just based off of pressure inside the trans?

Also, where/how would be the best and easiest ways to hook up a temp gauge?
 

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I’m sure it’s factory, mine is set up like that as well. I think later models got an external cooler.
 

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cool, thanks! guess I just need to install a gauge somewheres.
 

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All trucks came with a in radiator cooler factory, but some came with an auxiliary cooler in front of the radiator/condensor as well. I like to install one on all my trucks if it didn't come with one.
 

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Is the factory set up ok, functional enough? Or is it inadequate to keep the trans temps down for moderate towing?
 

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All trucks came with a in radiator cooler factory, but some came with an auxiliary cooler in front of the radiator/condensor as well. I like to install one on all my trucks if it didn't come with one.
Uh no... My 96 f350 (c6) is external only as was my 96 powerstroke (e4od) and 94 bronco.
 
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