Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Posted by Anonymous on
If it's truly getting hot, then you have an issue with the cooler. Most circulate fluid through a coil inside one of the radiator tanks to cool the fluid. Some utilize an external cooler, usually mounted in front of the radiator. If you pull heavy loads, such as trailering, then you really need to install an external cooler. High temp oxidizes the fluid. For every 10deg rise in temp above 170deg the life of the transmission is cut in half. An external cooler isn't too expensive and can save you tons of $$$ in the long run.
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