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Old 08-13-2004, 11:24 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by 1993 SLE
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For those that are wondering, the 92-95 SSE and SSEi get a 3 core radiator (coolant, ATF, oil), .
is that the same for my SLE??
Not the extra tranny cooler, and I don't believe you have a 3-core. I think it'* only a 2-core on the SE/SLE. Coolant and ATF. You need to get under the car and check. I have 2 large coolant hoses, two small ATF lines, and 2 small oil lines all going to mine. All ya hafta do is count 'em.
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