If it's a GN replacement radiator with both coolers you're going to notice the transmission lines won't clear. As best as I remember you have to bush the holes down and that adds about 1/2" of extra protrusion that you won't have room for. It seems like the lines are going to try and interfere with the A/C core.
Made a dumb mistake and didn't mark which lines went where for the coolers. Which is oil and which is tranny? Top or bottom? Is it the same for the return lines? Assuming that the thicker ones that go directly into the back are the feed lines and the thinner ones coming out of the front are the return, is that correct?
Well, guess I figured it out. Seems like both of the thicker ones in the back are oil and the thinner ones in the front are both for the transmission. Sound right? Still wondering which is feed and which is return though.
Why do you need inlet and outlet? Unless there is a check valve it shouldn't matter which is which. If you really need to know disconnect the ECM and crank the motor. The one with oil squirting out is the inlet to the cooler.