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Old 04-22-2012, 02:07 PM   #1
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HELP! ADM Trans Cooler

I believe I am missing a picture in the instructions of how the brackets mount!
The instructions keep referring to "Image 2" that shows how the brackets mount but the 2nd image is of the transmission lines.

Anyone have the ADM Trans Cooler instructions or can take a picture for me?


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Old 04-22-2012, 03:21 PM   #2
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I'm not sure if these pictures will help. My tuner installed my tranny cooler. My ADM cooler didn't come with any instuctions (I've had mine for just over 1 year).

Here's the bottom of the tranny cooler where it's attached to the frame.


This is the best pic I could get showing one of the screws at the top on the tranny cooler. The black plastic behind the tranny cooler is the bottom of my Vararam intake. My radiator is tilted back because of the Vararam intake.
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Thanks, That did help!
I couldn't for the life of me figure how those 2 brackets were suppose to connect then screw into the bumper!
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Old 04-22-2012, 05:06 PM   #4
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The instructions are pretty poor. You really have to just have some good mechanical know how to figure it out. I dont think just any joe could do it by the instructions alone. I asked several questions and still have not completed the fluid top off for mine as I dont have a lift!
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Also, make sure you tighten the fittings really well. My cooler leaked at first. We had to go back and re-tighten the fittings and everything was good to go.
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The instructions are pretty poor. You really have to just have some good mechanical know how to figure it out. I dont think just any joe could do it by the instructions alone. I asked several questions and still have not completed the fluid top off for mine as I dont have a lift!
I agree.
I had most of it but It was like a puzzle I just couldn't figure out for what way the bracket faced to attach to bumper.
I don't plan to top off the fluid as it goes to the shop tomorrow for Converter install so they'll add at that time.
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can any of you tell me the thickness of the ADM cooler.
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can any of you tell me the thickness of the ADM cooler.
1 - 1.5 inches. Not very thick.
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