I'll admit I haven't done it yet. The tranny cooler is still there, and the lines are cut, the rubber lines are practically hanging right out over the SEO
power steerign cooler. I want to clean out the tranny cooler before I do anything and then
I need to know if it is bad for the PS fluid to go through the radiator too, will this make it too hot?
I don't know what a normal temp is for PS fluid. I figure if I can know that for sure that it will be ok going through the radiator, and that I can clean the cooler out somehow (to make sure there is no ATF or any junk in there from the blown 4L60-E), I'm just going to cut the SEO
power steerign cooler hard lines right where the tranny cooler old rubber lines cross it, and then just put the rubber lines over the steel lines and double clamp them, then I'll flush the power steering fluid through and bleed the whole system out. I'm not looking forward to sitting there with the front end up on jackstands turning the wheel back and forth like 50 times, but if its what I've gotta do, I'll do it.
Whats the best way to flush the system?
Maybe this will help my pump live longer than the pump in the old car did. It doesn't make any noise, which is a good thing. I don't know if double clamping will hold both of the hoses, but I think it would, I don't know how much pressure goes trough the SEO
cooler now to begin with.
Is there any way to add a filter inline with the PS fluid, or would be a waste of time and money?