the stock tranny in my 95 cougar is worn, the seals in the tranny are wearing so when it gets hot i lose first when its hot, then the tranny is cold it works perfect, u guys think if i get a tranny cooler it can fix the problem
Dought it.. You should have put in a cooler the first thing...
But hind sight is always 20/20 so..
From what I've heard trannies aren't that expensive in the US..
And they're easy to replace.. So I'd get a new one instead...
Or if you want to, have it rebuilt..
do not, dont, no-way should you rebuild it. unless you like to throw your money away. you can get a cheap low miles used one from greenleaf auto. do a search and you should be able to find the recommended years and what cars to pull them from.
Nah.. Not so much 'cause it's a foreign car but I had to get all the parts
from the States and shipping all those parts cost A LOT!
And with the 29.5% customs fees and VAT on parts+shipping
it get's expensive..
Then the fact it's an auto tranny narrows down the
places than can service it.. And that makes the price go up..
Auto trannies are rare over here.. Most drive stick..
Eventhough we're changing more and more to auto..
The forward clutch seal rings are leaking. It will only get better with a rebuild. And by rebuild, I mean find someone that takes scrap metal and give it to them. It's 98+ transmission time for you.
96 Mustang GT 5spd. w/ 248A Option (GTS). Stock for now until I get the Roush on.
97 Thunderbird 4.6L LX /w Sport Package
24k B&M Cooler, 1" lowered, Steeda UD Pulleys, Dynomax cat-back, J-mod, 3.73's, PI intake, PI cams, 03 GT MAF/Tube, SCT tuned - Gone but not forgotten.
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