Originally Posted by Jerry Bransford
My aux transmission cooler was in front of the grill and the engine ran no hotter. Just over the 210 mark on a hot day like you're having now in Tucson is perfectly normal, heck our engines are supposed to run at 210 on even cool/cold days.
Here's a pic of how my '97 was configured with its aux transmission cooler purchased from Currie.
I understand, it's just that seeing the needle move past the 210 mark is alittle unnerving. I installed a B&M SuperCooler, I don't recall exactly the dimensions, but it definetly covers a larger area the the one you have. That's why I wondered that maybe it's blocking some of the air flow to the radiator. I will try the test T4R mentioned, if flow blockage is an issue I might have to find another place to install. Any recomendation?