How do you cool down a transmission?
A proven simple fix is the use of transmission fluid additive on a regular basis. These fluid additives contain coolants specially designed to reduce the temperature of your transmission, especially when it is under pressure from stop-and-go traffic, driving on steep roads, or hauling extra weight. via
How cold is too cold for an automatic transmission?
The ideal temperature for your transmission fluid is 175 degrees, plus or minus 25 degrees, however, when your transmission gets below zero degrees, it gets too thick. In this condition, it won't be able to properly lubricate the internal parts, wearing the transmissions internal parts. via
Do transmissions have thermostats?
Where the fluid leaves the engine is where the thermostat is located. There is a separate circuit for cooling the transmission fluid on cars with automatic transmissions. via
Why does transmission shift hard when it's cold?
Cold weather can lead to a transmission that shifts hard
When the temperature drops, transmission fluids with poor cold-flow properties can thicken and cause elongated and hard shifts until the fluid has warmed up enough to flow properly. via
What size is a transmission line?
Wire sizes are given in gauge numbers, which, for distribution system purposes, range from a minimum of no. 12 to a maximum of no. 0000 (or 4/0) for solid-type conductors. Solid wire is not usually made in sizes larger than 4/0, and stranded wire for sizes larger than no. via
What is a safe transmission temperature when towing?
The normal transmission temperature when towing is approximately the same as the engine temperature, that is, approximately 195°F. The temperature inside the torque converter, while pulling a large load from a permanent start, could easily rise by above 350°F. via