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Re: Dodge auto tranny question

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07-02-2011 06:27:06

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Thanks again for the helpful tips and info, and info on the coolers. Truck still has the window sticker which states the truck came with the 46RE transmission and the factory tow package. Nice to know what the truck is equipped with.

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07-03-2011 01:52:05

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 06:27:06  
If it has the factory tow package, it should have a plug under the dash for the brake controller, and the brake wiring should be run to the 7-way RV plug in back. It should have the auxiliary cooler in it already, also. Look for an oil cooler in with the radiator and AC condenser, if it has AC, to verify.

When you get your filter it'll come with both gaskets. Just use the one that fits your pan.

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Rich Iowa

07-03-2011 08:20:55

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to scotc, 07-03-2011 01:52:05  
Truck does have the tow package and have seen the lines going into the radiator for the tranny cooler. I appreciate the help with this.

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07-03-2011 09:27:12

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-03-2011 08:20:55  
One of the things I actually know a fair bit about. See, dad, reading all those MOPAR magazines for all those years wasn't such a waste after all.

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