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I have a 67 camaro the radiator got hot had to add 3 litres of coolent the next day the T 350 gearbox is slipping in drive

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The trans is causing the motor to overheat. you hahe a trans. problem...

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The gear box has nothing to do with the coolant that you have topped up.This is a different problen here.

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Most common reason for overheating is 1. low coolent lvl 2. faulty thermostat (stuck closed). 3. Faulty water pump preventing coolent from circulating through engine.

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