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Re: Automatic transmission leaking like a mutha in reverse under load
You never did say if you checked the fluid level. These are classic symptoms of over filling with ATF. Does the fluid smell burnt? If it were me I would check the fluid level, if it ain't burnt you may be ok. I would then install a tranny temp gauge as well as Boost and EGT, you really should have these already, but anyway. I would then install a 6.0 cooler . This is the oil to air tranny cooler out of a 6.0 torque shift tranny. It is over 3X as big as the stock one you have. They can be had on ebay for about a C note, and install is very simple. My tranny temps haven't seen over 160 backing up my 8500lb TT in 90 degree ambient. Good luck.
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