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Pretty sure the lift pump is not in the tank.
Originally the older models had the lift pump mounted to the engine but had issues which led to a redesign that was installed in the tank. Later models came with the lift pump already in the tank.
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To all who responded to my tranny cooler question, thanks. The more I know the better. A trans cooler may be in the future if I see any discoloration of the fluid and it sounds like a factory unit would be best.

This is a great forum. Keep up the good work.
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