The transmission temperature did not rise fast and did not exceed 220 degrees, which is still too hot on an 85 degree day. Could it be a sensor? My coolant temp stays around 200, but spiked to 250 for about a minute. Question, should I insist that my mechanic flush all the Fluid out again?? Take out the External Cooler and replace it. However, the first and second time the Torque Converter was not the new one. It has never exceeded 150 until today while just normal driving. While I realize 180 degree tranny temp isn't that high, it's higher than what I normally experience.
Prior to this, the Temp would come closer to red-line. The lines to the cooler were outside temperature, not hot at all. I left the truck at his shop and he's supposed to work on it today. Parked it for about an hour. Fill out your contact information and your Transmission Cooler request will get distributed instantly to a nationwide network of auto recyclers, salvage yards, wrecking yards, junkyards and parts brokers across the country.
I just found out he doesn't have a Flush Machine. I got the truck back. It seems he's the type to want to save money for his customers. We only sell parts from trusted brands like so that you can find quality parts you can count on. It didn't help, the truck was still overheating with no load or towing and the Torque Converter wasn't locking up. It started getting hot when the weather got warmer and didn't have a problem while plowing this winter Was very cold I took it to a mechanic and he installed a new Converter, I had lockup but was still getting too hot. I pulled an engine code P0894 Component in Transmission Slipping.
I'll stay posted and let all you gentlemen know if it was the radiator for sure. Whiffyspark He mentioned that we had the pan down 3 times which is true. He's ordering a Radiator in the morning that comes with a Tranny Cooler and Oil Cooler. Seems like fluid is getting stuck in that area and theres no circulation. The Problem was the Radiator and the Convertor. It's been running about 170. I wouldn't be surprised if he kept my coolant to sell to another customer.
It stayed a little below 200 for longer than the past 2 months or so and no codes. Never had a problem with this truck until this past winter, Brutal! Have parts delivered straight to your home, or find the nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check out our Transmission Oil Cooler Line stock in-person! We love when auto parts experts come to our site and we love when car parts newbies come to our site. I had some concerns, because we're getting snow tonight and don't have time to do any work on it today. Replacing a damaged cooler line with our Auto Trans Oil Cooler Hose Assembly takes you a long way in protecting your transmission. First thing tomorrow I think I'm going to flush out everything, Coolant and Transmission.
Everything is back to normal. Hopefully this will get me below or around 150F. Anyone have this Problem and if so what was the fix? About 170-180F - Still too hot with no load. I took it down and replaced the filter and added about 5-6 quarts. We know car parts and we know auto parts. About our 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500 Transmission Cooler locating service: We can help you find the 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Transmission Cooler fast and cheap. I figure I'm ahead of the game if my tranny holds up, so far so good and was shifting fine today.
Maybe some torque converter material stuck in there. The line on the bottom drivers side was touchable and the line on the passenger side top and bottom weren't hot at all. This guy won't be in business too long. The cooling line on the drivers side top of the radiator was very hot after driving it. Since 1918, Dorman Products has supplied the automotive aftermarket with high-quality replacement parts, hardware and fasteners.
It's running at about 100 degrees above ambient temp. N- I realize this is an old post, but my transmission temp usually runs around 120, even plowing. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. My Mechanic bypassed the cooler and the radiator, I'm not sure which one first. Needless to say I was very pissed.
Anyway, I'm thinking that maybe the radiator or lines are clogged. We ran the truck in park for about 20 minutes and drove it for about 20 miles, in traffic and side roads. The engine running hot came after the tranny running hot. . Entering your vehicle information in our Year Make Model selector up top, helps ensure you get an auto part that fits your car, truck or other type of vehicle. On the 2th hand now the filter in the Tranny should be catching the crap that's in there, shouldn't it?? Wish I had a diagram for the cooling lines of the Tranny. First I'd like to say hi.