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Old 06-23-2009, 02:19 PM
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trans running hot stop and go around 200-220 deg.

i dont get it i sprayed out my trans cooler twice now. it is still shooting up to 200 stop and go! is that really hot or what? it still shifts fine even at those temps. I'm running around 150, 165ish otherwise unloaded. does the e4od usually tend to run hotter? what am I missing? should I change trans fluid and filter? I bought it used so I don't know when it was changed last. could this help? It is currently 84 degrees and sunny out. ambient temp? please help with any tips or things to try. thanks in advance coal rollers!!!! josh
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