Re: Transmission cooler
My 1994 5.7 K1500 Silverado has the tranny cooler mounted in front of
condenser then radiator.This is a factory install.The air hits the Tranny
Cooler first.I tow and have 150,000 miles on my Tranny no
slippage,banging,still nice smooth shifting.
I had a Ford Expeditionwith no Tranny Cooler.I towed the same with this as
the Truck.Tranny was rebuilt at 78,000 miles and again at 134,000. I am sure
if I had a TrannyCooler it would of lasted longer(HEAT KILLS)
P.S. Did not mean to insult using my Chevy as an example.Also have a 1994
Mustang GT.Like new.
".boB" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Carl wrote:
>> '99 v6 auto vert
>> I'm thinking I need an auxiliary transmission cooler for a
>> yet-to-be-named venture, which could consist of the 'stang and I
>> re-locating cross-country. I would need to pull a small trailer with me.
>> Either a 4x8 or the "sport" tiny trailer.
>> I know the auto parts stores sell the coolers for about $60. I had one on
>> my '76 Aspen and I was pleased with the quality. I've been told I should
>> not install one over the AC condenser on the outside of the radiator. Can
>> I install it on the inside (motor side) of the radiator?
>> I recall that the one I previously installed was put on with long,
>> plastic rods that slipped a cap over the pointy end, similar to a
>> zip-tie. Will this hurt my AC condenser?
>> I'm concerned that, coupled with the AC condenser, it will block radiator
>> flow. Would it be best on the lower-passenger, lower-driver, or
>> lower-center portion?
>> The idea here is to extend transmission life as much as possible. Does
>> the aux cooler help THAT much?
> Many factory installations place the trans cooler in front, then the
> A/C, then radiator. My Dodge is that way.
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