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I stand corrected then. I figured a truck made in Japan would be "fairly" standard outside of model year changes. The part number help has hopefully narrowed it down to a purchase on Ebay. Hopefully folks can see that to an admitted non-expert, the seemingly odd statements about bumpers, fan colors, the oil lines themselves, is it an FJ, sounded just weird! Of course it's an FJ. Add to which, I'm a little jacked up to begin with having the truck out of service to begin with. My apologies, no offence was meant, and the help has been appreciated. Now if I can just figure out if it's the passenger side lower line thats the oil drain line AND this Ebay part fits, life will be better. Only ordering thee Ebay part because the picture of it shows the longest bent D/S area. I don't have the party number at this moment, but will post when it arrives in Monday.
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I just added a trans Cooler and the top line from the trans is the return . So look at the passenger side of trans . follow the top line .

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So passenger TOP line into the drain bucket!?!?!
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bottom would be drain top would be return

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Think of your trans like it is a pump . Hot fluid comes out of the bottom line . feeds through the radiator / trans cooler then goes back in the trans through the top line

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bottom would be drain top would be return
bottom it is! Thank you. Sorry if I came off as a D.... not intended!
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I have no idea If that arrow is top or bottom . You need to look at your transmission on the passenger side and follow the lines forward .

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I would go take pics of mine but i have Skid plates on it so its hard to see .

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Lookin in from passengers side . You can see the new top hose . That is the return
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Passenger side, looking up and toward the front of truck.... lolol I'm so confused as to which line to attach the clear 3/8 ID tubing to, in order to drain the 2 qts of dirty ATF st a time..
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