Yep. Look on the passenger side of the radiator... should see the two
transmission lines. The stock transmission cooler (or warmer, depending...)
is inside the side tank of the radiator.
It's possible that the towing package added an auxillary (oil-to-air)
cooler, mounted in front of the radiator, but all automatic vehicles come
with the oil-to-water cooler integrated into the radiator.
That brings up a interesting point.Am wondering if mine has a heavy duty
cooling or the towing package.
It's a 1992 D-150 Ram with the Magnum V6.It too has lines ran to
Also is there a easy way to tell what transmission I have.Someone told
me today its the Torq-Flight 3sp.It dose not have push button to lock up
Also,does anyone know how to de-code the VIN number.If so please let me
your Durango probably doesn't have an extra cooler. Just the stock in the
92 D150 with 318 probably has an A500 light duty 3 speed Auto with
overdrive -- do you have an overdrive switch on the dash ??
No,I do not have a push button on my dash.Also,it has the Magmun
Just was wondering is all.What can you tell about,the A500
transmission,is it a good,sound transmission?
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