Question about Volkswagen Golf
Not sure what to suggest.
Automatic transmission have a build in self diagnostic that can be run with the right equipment, but there is not much I can suggest without that, except for just changing the AFT and making sure the radiator is not blocked with dust, leaves, or anything that would cause the transmission to overheat.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
Check to see if the ATF cooler is not obstructed, it should be in front of the radiator, (if it is not, have it installed somewhere it could get more ventilation). if it is clear, you probably need to install a larger cooler or an extra cooler, in line with the one you have, and an after market cooling fan in front of the radiator.
You can try the fan first, if it is not enough, try the extra cooler.
I recommend you do this ASAP before the tranny gets damaged.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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