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Old 05-21-2010, 11:07 PM   #1
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Default Tru-cool 40k is on!!

However i have a question. There was not much fluid that came out of the stock cooler, maybe because the truck had sat all day. As in maybe 8oz came out, around enough to fill a small glass perhaps. Started up the truck and checked the fluid and it was still in the normal area. But i know this cooler will hold more, alot more, so do i need to add any? Or just let it run for awhile longer as in take a trip to the store then check it? or am i fine until tuesday when the stall goes in and fluid changed?
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as long as it stays around the full mark you will be fine till the verter swap
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yup just keep an eye on it, because it may take a little bit of time for that cooler to fill up.
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I drove mine a lil while and had to add like a lil more than half a quart.
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Yeppers, let it run for a bit and keep checking the level. It should drop eventually if not pretty quick IMO.

Don't forget to give extra fluid to your trans guy.
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Were are you guys buying your Tru-cool 40k from? I live in Canada and would like to pic one up.
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