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Oil lines with SSIs

Could someone post a picture showing the location of the oil lines on a 3.0 SC engine being updated (downdated) with new SSI heat exchangers. I am about to mount the exchangers and it looks like it might be easier to install one of the oil lines now rather than later. I know I can figure it out with the engine installed but I am hoping a picture will save some time later. Thanks
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The line that mounts to the engine needs to be installed prior to the SSIs. The tab on the line attachs near the oil cooler. This photo shows a small portion of the lines location.

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Follow the picture above closely and you will see how it differs from the line you have now.

Yes you need a need line with SSI.

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Just what I needed. Thanks.
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A pic from below



and the wheel well area
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