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Re: Dodge auto tranny question

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06-30-2011 16:55:59

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I'd turn up the line pressure while I was in there, too. Clamp the clutches up a little tighter. If you don't know how old the fluid is, wait two weeks and change it again, you only get about half the fluid on a drain and fill.

If it doesn't have an auxilary trans cooler, put one in, too. Heat kills these things. The biggest one you can find.

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06-30-2011 18:24:38

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to scotc, 06-30-2011 16:55:59  
From what I can see, it looks like it has the tranny cooler that is integrated into the radiator. Are you talking about adding an additional cooler?

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07-02-2011 02:15:28

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to Rich Iowa, 06-30-2011 18:24:38  
Yes, especially if you are going to make it earn its way. There is plenty of room behind the grill for one, and for all the more they cost, they are cheap insurance. The factory tow package included both an auxiliary trans cooler and a power steering cooler. Don't bypass the one in the radiator.

The 89-93 Cummins trucks actually had an optional cooler that mounted under the bed with an electric fan.

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