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Old 05-22-2013, 12:48 PM
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Default Tranny out put line question

First off before I get into this does anyone know where to get the T fixture for the tranny temp sender by itself because I can only find them in kits with the B+M temp gauge kit and Im not a big fan of how that gauge looks. if not Im looking at getting a Autometer temp senor manifold that I just hook up to the output line on the tranny then bolt in the sender. My question is, is the output line 3/8?
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Yes, the trans cooler lines should be 3/8" nominal lines.
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