Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: northeastern Adirondacks, NY
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Re: why does the trans cooler lines go through the radiator?
I do not understand why it would go through to radiator. Wouldn't the radiator be heating the transfluid? Is it supposed to heat it?
I barely see my trans temp guage move higher than 100-120. Of course, I have not towed anything very heavy under highway speeds, either.
2001 F-350 psd, 4x4, reg cab, auto.
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