The way I've seen set up is from engine, heater valve, heater core, transmission, to radiator. I always thought this was an odd setup because on a hot day, you would turn the heater valve off, stopping the flow of water to the transmission.
yeah, that's definitely fubar.
the only way that could make any sense would be if the heater valve was a T that turned the trans cooler off when you turned the heater core on.
more sensible would be the circuit that shows to two parallel legs split at a T. the trans cooler always on.
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