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But if the fluid temperature goes much higher, the life of the fluid begins to plummet. The problem is even normal driving can push fluid temperatures well beyond safe limits. And once that happens, the trouble begins. At elevated operating temperatures, ATF oxidizes, turns brown and takes on a smell like burnt toast. As heat destroys the fluid's lubricating qualities and friction characteristics, varnish begins to form on internal parts such as the valve body which interferes with the operation of the transmission.
If the temperature gets above degrees F.
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At higher temperatures the transmission begins to slip, which only aggravates overheating even more. Eventually the clutches burn out and the transmission calls it quits. As a rule of thumb, every 20 degree increase in operating temperature above degrees F. At degrees F. At degrees, which is commonly encountered in many transmissions, the fluid is only good for about 25, miles. Add another 20 degrees, and life expectancy drops to 5, miles.
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Go to or degrees F. If you think this is propaganda put forth by the suppliers of ATF to sell more fluid, think again. And most of these can be blamed on worn out fluid that should have been replaced. On most vehicles, the automatic transmission fluid is cooled by a small heat exchanger inside the bottom or end tank of the radiator. Hot ATF from the transmission circulates through a short loop of pipe and is thus "cooled. Tests have shown that the typical original equipment oil cooler is marginal at best.
ATF that enters the radiator cooler at degrees F. Any number of things can push ATF temperatures beyond the system's ability to maintain safe limits: towing a trailer, mountain driving, driving at sustained high speeds during hot weather, stop-and-go driving in city traffic, "rocking" an automatic transmission from drive to reverse to free a tire from mud or snow, etc.
Problems in the cooling system itself such as a low coolant level, a defective cooling fan, fan clutch, thermostat or water pump, an obstructed radiator, etc. In some cases, transmission overheating can even lead to engine coolant overheating! That's why there's a good demand for auxiliary add-on transmission coolers. An auxiliary transmission fluid cooler is easy to install and can substantially lower fluid operating temperatures. What kind of automatic transmission fluid should you use in your transmission?
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The type specified in your owner's manual or printed on the transmission dipstick. For older Ford automatics and certain imports, Type "F" is usually required.
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Using Type F fluid in an application that calls for Dexron II may make the transmission shift too harshly. Using Dexron II in a transmission that requires Type F may allow the transmission to slip under heavy load, which can accelerate clutch wear. It's a messy job because there's no drain plug to change the fluid, but you can do it yourself if you're so inclined. To change the fluid, you have to get under your vehicle and remove the pan from the bottom of the transmission.
When you loosen the pan, fluid will start to dribble out in all directions so you need a fairly large catch pan. You should also know that removing the pan doesn't drain all of the old fluid out of the transmission. Heat caused by slipping of a clutch shall be cooled by sending an oil into clutch plates through lubrication circuit.
As such an oil shall form up oily film between the slipping plates, no clutch plate will be worn out. Omega Clutch. Features If Omega clutch is used for turbo equipment such as fan, blower, pump and the like, expenses for electric power can be saved to a great extent, in comparison with the control by conventional damper or valve.
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