Is repairing an external transmission cooler supposed to make a car stop over-heating?
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
Overheating can be caused by several things. Make sure that the cooling fan comes on when its supposed to. Make sure that air can flow through the radiator cooling fins. Insure that the thermostat is not stuck shut, the water pump is working, and that the coolant is flowing properly. One of these would be the most likely problem.
External basically means outside, and internal means inside... but outside and inside what depends on what you are talking about. It could be an external hard drive on a computer, which means one that is outside the computer and you can unhook and take it with you somewhere your computer isn't. :) Pills are supposed to be taken internally, which means they need to go inside us, so we swallow them.
On a 1999 Mercury Cougar automatic transmission trying to change the transmission fluid you took off the pan but there is no filter and very little transmission fluid came out Where is the filter?
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.
Why is my 95 escort pouring out transmission fluid from under the transmission between it and the motor theres a gap there does the gap belong or is there a gasket or seal that is missing?
There is no dip stick on this vehicle for the transmission. There is a plug you remove that you fill it in one hole until it pours out the cap on the front of the transmission. You are supposed to remove the plastic cap before filling and then replace it with a new one. I always reuse the old one never had a problem.
What causes the transmission in a 1993 Pontiac Bonneville to feel like it is not engaged during a quick takeoff from dead stop?
I had this problem with my 1994 Bonneville SE. would try checking the transmission fluid level(that was the problem with mine). If the transmission fluid level is where it's supposed to be then it could be that the transmission is going out or you may need to check the torque converter. I think that can also cause the problem.