Originally Posted by qball
Ya know, I was really looking into doing this sometime this summer as well. I'd be interested to know what caddy models/years have compatable ones or what the differences in the ones for sale online are. I've seen 10k, 12k, an 15k GVW rated ones and am assumeing the bigger the # rating, the more the cooling (to a point). Also, do any of these require any sort of pump to circulate the fluid. Thanks again guys.
They require no pump to circulate the fluid...
If I read right you are in Ohio...
You may want to consider a thermostaticly controled unit so in the winter the trans doesn't get too cold...
Yes the larger the number the more cooling you have...
I have said this a million times.. As I live in FL I run coolers that are rated for RV + 5000-7000 Lbs towing... They have done their job keeping the fluid nice and red... I haven't changed the fluid on my 91 in about 2 years... I used to do it before the summer and the middle of the fall as the trans would overheat the fluid and it wouldn't last 1 year in this climate... By then it would be brown... So for 2 years in this heat the trans cooler has served me well... Its due for a change tho..
I also have a cooler like it but a tad larger on my 95 Bonneville... The fluid in it stays red.. In my hot climate I feel I did my self a favor by adding the coolers..
And if you plan to tow its a must
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