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Old 11-07-2013, 10:49 PM
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Default Tranny slip

Have a 86 ramcharger and tranny slip when it's cold. After it warms up everything is fine? Any idea's
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Old 11-09-2013, 02:07 AM
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how cold is it on start up? does it delay engagement when cold? i have had 727s when cold and the filter clogged a little delay engagement going into rev. it delays going into rev cause rev requires very high pressure. a new filter fixed it. i have found a very good external filter.
most chrysler fluid lines are 3/8. and ALLWAYS use steel tubing, and high pressure hose if needed. most chrysler trans the fluid goes in to the trany on the left at the rear.

man o man i about forgot yes its a cut & past sorry. __________________
after you clean the trans. add this to your*chrysler*trans. an external fluid filter
1. go to auto-zone. get 2210, its called a power steering filter, but it is for transs to. it is for 3/8 tubing. by (magna-fine) be sure to use high pressure hose. Reff:http://www.magnafilter.com
2. for other sizes wix 58964 5/16 tube size
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