An external transmission cooler is normally added in line with a vehicles already existing transmission cooler built into the radiator its function is to cool the transmission only. Adding, replacing and or repairing a transmission cooler would only benefit the transmission by cooling the Transmission Fluid. The transmission cooler is used mainly for cooling transmissions that pull heavy loads like trailers but is also used a lot in racing to keep the fluid cooler which helps reduce transmission overheat or burnout. , EzForJesus
NO there is not. You need to replace the seal that's in the back of the transmission. Easy job.
No heat coming from the heater and the car overheating is usually the thermostat stuck closed. The thermostat is supposed to open up at a certain temperature allowing the engine to warm up quickly.
Depends on what color the transmission fulid was when it was put into the vehicle, but most are red.
You are not supposed to, it's a sealed transmission, no dip stick.
Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF is supposed to be really good.
There is no dipstick. t is supposed to be a lifetime fluid. There is no dipstick. t is supposed to be a lifetime fluid.
You can't, it is a sealed transmission. The fluid is supposed to be good for 100k miles and then changed.
Apparently you don't. It is supposed to be lifetime fluid.
Nope, doesn't have one. They use a side fill plug. The idea behind the Saturn transmission is that it's supposed to be "sealed" and it's not supposed to leak... So much for that theory, right?
There is a screw-in plug on the side of the transmission. Saturn transmissions do not have a dipstick since they are supposed to be a "sealed" unit.
If you keep up with your regular maintenance, you should not have a problem with the transmission of your BMW car. If something still happens to it, your warranty should cover it.
No. it should not spin free. have it checked out by a gunsmith....................
There isn't any! In 08 Toyota did away with the dipstick. Fluid is supposed to last for 100,000 miles and can only be changed by the dealer or transmission place.
Check the coolant levels. Insure that the cooling fan turns on when its supposed to, and the thermostat is not stuck closed. Make sure that the water pump is operating correctly.
no...but you can use screaming eagle synthetic oil in both the motor and the transmission which is supposed to be better anyways
The transmission is a sealed unit and the fluid is supposed to last the life of the vehicle. If you want to change it you should take it in for a complete tranny flush.
It needs the 4L80E transmission put back in it so the computer can do what it is supposed to do and the wiring harness will hook up to the transmission correctly.
If it's the arrow-shaped one in the dashboard of an automatic transmission Jeep, then it's supposed to indicate when you are supposed to up-shift.
Not easily. They don't have drainplugs, anymore. Supposed to be "sealed for life."
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That transmission is supposed to be service by a drain plug like you have on your motor. it's on the bottom of the transmission. as for the filte, it's located INSIDE of the transmission. the only way to remove the filter on a CD4E transmission is to physically remove the transmisssion from the vehicle and take it apart. Ford does not provide a procedure to service the transmission filter seperately from the transmission overhaul.
A 2002 yukon automatic transmission requires dexron III. GM now offers Dexron VI transmission fluid which is supposed to be better and also backwards compatible with older dexron fluids.
I'm not sure which plug (bolt) it is, but there is supposed to be one plug for filling the transmission and one to tell when the fluid is at the correct level. There isn't a dipstick.
They don't have one.. Yeah i know...supposed to have transmission survive every 30,000 miles... Sorry this means drain and replace fluid as there is no filter..