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My Trans a Cooler With a Fan Install

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by HolyHandGrenade, Nov 16, 2014.

  1. Dec 23, 2017 at 9:07 PM
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    It fit nicely? Think that means I'll order the Tru cool 4589
     
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    It's tight but fits. Had to remove the plate in front of the hood latch. Never got around to posting a thread on it. But I'll look for pics in my phone.
     
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    Here you go. Before I ran the lines and you can see the tight clearance with the a/c lines. A little creative mounting and use of other mounting points from the bumper bracket was used if I remember correctly.

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    Great info!

    I’ve read through the thread and didn’t see this mentioned, for those of us that do not have a stock trans cooler, do we completely bypass the rad and run lines direct from the tans to the new aux cooler?

    Also, with the new bigger cooler in front of the Rad, is there any concern of reducing air flow to the Rad and potentially causing problems there?

    Thanks!
     
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    So has anyone just upgraded the size of the OEM trans/ps rad? Using the same lines and stuff.
     
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    Today I installed a B&M Supercooler and Derale external Trans filter. Install went kinda smoothly. Completed a trans drain and the fluid was pretty brown.

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    Right now I have the factory trans aftercooler bypassed, I just left it in place for now.
     
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    This is also on my list. I'm seeing my temps get to 210 occasionally on hot days on long uphills.

    any change in temps?
     
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    This weekend I'll know for sure how successful this was. Will be towing a travel trailer up a long, steep highway. I'll report back my data for you guys.
     
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