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2003 Ford Escape transmission problem

I recently heard that I should install a cold-weather bypass to protect my transmission since I am now living in a "cold" region of USA.

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Hi nwmn,

I've never heard of that device..... But as I'm in Africa, so maybe not surprising?..... I do know that cooling the auto trans is very important and failure to have efficient cooling can result in failure.... Please contact your dealer and find out what they suggest..... It may be that you need a larger ratio of coolant anti freeze in the radiator..... Your agent will give you the info....

Regards Johngee10

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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