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Transmision oil heating to 130deg on D6C dozer after 1 hours work

Rebuilt Scavange pump, Transmission pump, Transmission, Torque converter, all After market parts. Transmission cooler checked and good. Need help.

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I would have your speed sensor checked out as they can send a false signal to the computer to make it think that the tranny is slipping and / or the torque converter is failing. Good luck and remember to rate all the solutions you get. Thanx.

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You have to be very careful with input shaft rings. They like to eat into the pump stater. Also always buy new vb don't buy rebuilt because they only work 2 out of 5 times. I know this for experience

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