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Tranny temp gage probe??

Where's does everyone usually put this thing for the tranny temp gage??

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blip the throttle, and you just changed your "HPOP" oil
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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

there should be a plug that comes out and the probe will fit right in the hole.

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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

The one right by the cable mounting bracket (driver's side)??

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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

Ding winnah!

That's what I thought....just wanted confirmation.

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Yo welcome suh!
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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

So, the fluid level is above that plug when running?

Just making sure..

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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

That plug is in the line pressure circuit. Any time the engine is running there is fluid there. It is not above the fluid level, however.

I think it is the best place to install the sender.
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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

Was just wondering... JUst looked like it was above the valve body, but, since it has flowing fluid...

Still learning about these trucks...

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Re: Tranny temp gage probe??

That's where most of them get installed. When I have a spare moment, I plan to add a pan sensor and a return line sensor, then I'll let everyone know the difference I see between them.

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