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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-06-2009, 02:55 AM Thread Starter
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Trans Cooler

I've got a trans cooler with an electric fan. Wheres the best place to mount somethin like that? Probably gonna use it as a 2nd cooler that can kick on when it gets too hot.

I can't think of a good place to put it, kinda scared to put it underneath. With my luck I'd sharp stick it and decomish it.

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If getting in and out of a truck a few inches above stock height is just too much of a chore on your regular trips to the store for tampons, then that would be a personal preference.

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Re: Trans Cooler

you get her running right yet? What was wrong with it? If you have room put it right behind the bumper opening, JMO

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Re: Trans Cooler

Dunno. Ran fine all day Friday and today. Changed the fuel filter and cleaned out some of the plugs. Still gonna get it scanned. Just running through the list of things I need to do. Either so its better for me, or more sellable.

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Re: Trans Cooler

Copy, I hope it works out for you and you decide to hang on to her. I have the original CPS off my '95, thought it was the problem and turned out to be a relay, seems I remember reading the old CPS was better than the new??? Am I full of chit? Seems like I remember reading that. Any way let me know I can send it your way if you want to try it.

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Re: Trans Cooler

I already plugged my old style spare in. I think I heard that too. But it didn't fix it at the time.

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