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    IM putting lillar gauges in my truck and i wanted to help is there a transmission temp sensor already there that i could tap into to put a gauge in/ how to do it... thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by yukonlover89 View Post
    IM putting lillar gauges in my truck and i wanted to help is there a transmission temp sensor already there that i could tap into to put a gauge in/ how to do it... thanks
    You will need to add a temperature sender which should be matched to the gauge. I would buy the one that goes in the cooler return line.
    Jim

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    do you have a link to one?

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    Here's a link to Summit. They have several ones to choose from.

    Click Here

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    which line should i put in on the top line goin on the radiator or the bottom line? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by yukonlover89 View Post
    which line should i put in on the top line goin on the radiator or the bottom line? thanks
    The top line is the return line back to the trans and this is the preferred location.

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    alright thanks does anyone know normal operating temp for 4l60e not towing anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yukonlover89 View Post
    alright thanks does anyone know normal operating temp for 4l60e not towing anything?
    Since the transmission fluid heat is exchanged with the coolant the temperature is going to be a little warmer than the coolant under normal operating conditions.

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