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Re: Dodge auto tranny question

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07-02-2011 11:08:03

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just sold mine-01, 360 4x4 85k after installing a new tranny. learned all about the factory cooling in the radiator. they replace all radiators during tranny rebuilds. First thing i would do is bypass radiator cooling and install an aux cooler. seems the factory cooler has little fins that catch gunk and release it at the most inopertune times. overheating the motor is a death notice to the tranny!

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07-02-2011 11:50:02

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to tomNE, 07-02-2011 11:08:03  
The 2001 I just bought has the 360, 4wd and has 86k, tranny certainly not new. Be starting a new post shortly.

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07-03-2011 08:10:35

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 Re: Dodge auto tranny question in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 11:50:02  
If you want to get fancy, you could put in a heat exchanger out of a diesel. They really pull a lot of heat out of the transmission. One of the guys on the DTRF pulled his out, thinking the transmission would run cooler. It was the only mod he made between two road trips pulling a camper, and he couldn't hardly stay in D without overheating it. And he forgot about towing in OD.

Overheating the motor might put more heat into the transmission, but for the other 99.8% of the time, it will cool it.

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