No. the Transmission Fluid has only little part of the radiator area. Low fluid could cause oveheating. A bad fan motor or sensors could cause oveheating. Find that problem now before you warp the heads and intake manifold and burn all the gaskets.
It could be that the transmission cooler in the radiator is plugged.
There are many reasons why a Jeep Wrangler is overheating. A leak in the radiator system will cause overheating. Too much pressure in the engine can cause overheating. A bad water pump or thermostat could cause overheating. The transmission can also cause overheating if it is leaking.
Check the transmission cooler, located in front of the radiator. Flush the coils with a hose to insure that air can flow to cool it.
Low coolant? Radiator plugged or air flow restricted? Transmission cooler line crimped , plugged or disconnected?
These are cooler lines, the fluid flows in them from the transmission to the cooler in the radiator or auxiliary cooler then back on most vehicles to help in keeping the transmission from overheating ASE certified tech / L1
There are two radiators system in the engine system, the Front radiator and the behind radiator, you must constantly check both liquid level. The radiator fan works under water pressure (pneumatic)/ the right pressure get the fan moving and as a result of once or twice check on the both radiator level. if you do these the problem of overheating will disappear.
If it is leaking trans fluid into the coolant it can cause overheating.
Waterpump, thermostat, radiator, radiator hoses.
yes it can
The function of the fan is to help prevent overheating.
Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.
Your truck is overheating because it needs a new radiator. I had the same problem, after I installed the new radiator and flushed out my remaining cooling system I never had a overheating problem since.
get a new radiator.
Yes! Also a good flush will improve its performance. And may stop the overheating.
The Dodge intrepid will not start after overheating because it blocks the radiator cap.
No an overheating engine will be due to leaking coolant, a faulty radiator, a faulty water pump, lack of oil or oil that needs to be changed
Leaking and overheating from lack of pressure.
Engine is overheating.
If you have transmission fluid in your coolant, you need a new radiator. The transmission cooler is a separate cooler located inside the radiator. Apparently yours has sprung a leak. It cannot be serviced separately. First replace the radiator. If its still overheating, then check the T stat. Rick I'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology. Visit my blog for cool articles and TSB's: http://free-auto-repair-advice.blogspot.com
If there are lines coming from the transmission to the radiator, it has a cooler in the radiator. If there are lines from the transmission to an external heat exchanger, that would be an auxiliary cooler.
the problem you arehaving isn't with the transmission its with your radiator it has a crack in the side where transmission lines hook to you need a new radiator and id also do a complete transmission flush to explain whats it is your coolant is mixing with the transmission fluid in the radiator replace your radiator and you problems are gone after you flush the transmission that is id do that before i put the new radiator in if i was you
Valves will clatter if the engine is overheating.Valves will clatter if the engine is overheating.
Yes, a restricted or leaking radiator can cause the engine to overheat.
sounds like you have a cracked head or cracked block.however, i would check to make sure it is not transmission oil and thereby ruling out a radiator problem
Cooling lines from transmission to radiator?