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Installed remote tranny cooler

Can anyone tell me what is ideal temp to run torque shift tranny, I don't know at what temp to set my fans to engauge. Currently at 170 but i think that is high.

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It really isn't high. Just running around town unloaded I run right around 165-170.

Fords long term upper limit is 250F for this trans.
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