Q: Which line for cooling is the hot side vs return line top or bottom?

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the larger (3/8) line coming to the tbi is the supply the smaller (5/16) line is the return

These are the axes.

Draw a square. Find the midpoint of the bottom side and the left side, and also the middle of the square itself. Connect the midpoint of the bottom line with the middle of the square with a line segment. Connect the midpoint of the left side with the middle of the square with a line segment. Your second square uses part of the left and bottom side of the first square.

A relevant notion triangle is a triangle where side a is the longest line of a the triangle, the side b is the second longest line from the top of the triangle down to the right side of the triangle. The last line is side c which is the shortest line from the top to the bottom left.

Line up the two trapeziums side by side with their parallel sides top and bottom, and with a pair of corresponding sides of the trapeziums facing one another. Flip one of them top to bottom and bring the two trapeziums together. They will form a parallelogram.Line up the two trapeziums side by side with their parallel sides top and bottom, and with a pair of corresponding sides of the trapeziums facing one another. Flip one of them top to bottom and bring the two trapeziums together. They will form a parallelogram.Line up the two trapeziums side by side with their parallel sides top and bottom, and with a pair of corresponding sides of the trapeziums facing one another. Flip one of them top to bottom and bring the two trapeziums together. They will form a parallelogram.Line up the two trapeziums side by side with their parallel sides top and bottom, and with a pair of corresponding sides of the trapeziums facing one another. Flip one of them top to bottom and bring the two trapeziums together. They will form a parallelogram.

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Below the transmission cooling line on bottom drivers side.

Radiator Cooling Fan....From the bottom of the car. One screw at the bottom(engine side) 10mm I believe, then deal with that plastic thing at the top side,driver side. Careful of the radiator....

drives side of engine block silver or gold in color has 2 lines going to it. Justin Justin, you're mistaken. It's on the passanger side of the block. With one steel line and 1 or 2 hoses on the bottom side. Depending on if there is a return line. I belive that most of these do have a return line.

the larger (3/8) line coming to the tbi is the supply the smaller (5/16) line is the return

Because the top line and the bottom line are parallel and the side lines are parallel.

These are the axes.

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With a line graph you use lines. You put numbers at the bottom of the graph and numbers on the side. In other words the bottom numbers are on the x axis and the numbers on the side are on the y axis. Then when you have the dots on the graph you connect them and then it makes a line.

It is on the bottom side or it is the line holes on the front.

swish line from to to bottom side

Although I am not familiar with the vehicle in question specifically, generally the line that goes to the top side of the radiator is the supply, and the line from the bottom of the radiator or trans cooler is the one returning the fluid to the trans.

Both types have a vacuum line running to them: On the 3.8 engine it is on the fuel injector rail (Metal Fuel Line) near the return line. On the 3.4 motor the fuel return line is mounted to one side of the regulator and it is attached to the fuel rail on the other side.