Attach the 3/8” hose provided in the kit to the steel transmission line and arrange the hoses in a container.
Have an assistant momentarily start the engine or crank the engine with the starter to cause fluid to flow from one or the other open ends of the hoses.
If the fluid flows from the transmission hose, you have disconnected the proper line; continue to Step 5. If the fluid flows from the rubber radiator hose you have disconnected the wrong hose, reconnect the hose, repeat Step 1.
REVIEW THE WARNING STATEMENT PAGE 6.
Connecting the proper hoses to the selector valve.
Determine the appropriate length of hose for selector valve monitor.
Using one of the hose clamps, connect the rubber transmission hose (the hose that was used to pump fluid out of the trans. pan) to the “Trans” connection of the selector valve.
c. Using one of the hose clamps, connect the rubber hose coming from the radiator to the “COOLER” connection of the selector valve.
The “PUMP” connection of the selector valve will later be connected to the pump.