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post #1 of 4 Old 08-12-2013, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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Trans cooler

I burned my transmission up. Temps reached 281*. New Trans is goin in this week. My question is do i need to replace the cooler also? Not sure if it got fried or not

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Wow that's hot! If it doesn't leak I would at least flush the lines out and make sure something isn't plugging the cooler or lines!

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Very hard to clean a stacked plate cooler..so have it professionally cleaned and then use a filter on the output or use a new one..
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it's recommended that you put a new one in when you have a failure that puts debris into the cooler. like CT said it's hard to clean them, but if budget says reuse, get it as good as you can plus a little more. and a filter in the return wouldn't be a bad thing for a while too.
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