727 tranny problem

Asked by Jul 07, 2018 at 02:48 AM about the 1987 Dodge RAM 250 LB RWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

my 727 tranny spits out fluid after it warmed up ...any ideas

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Normally that is a sign that it's running too hot, the cooler might be plugged or a line is damaged so there is no or very little flow. If the cooler is plugged I recommend that you replace it with a large auxiliary cooler and just bypass the one in the radiator. Make sure the transmision fluid is of the correct type and not overfill.

it has external cooler thank you i will check and see if its plugged

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Also make sure that it has bypassed the cooler in the radiator. How big is the external cooler?

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