A604 Question-cooler connections &flow direction?wanna save its life by running cool

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Tom Muller, May 14, 2004.

  1. Tom Muller

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    Hi, I have a 92 3.3L Plymouth Grand Voyager. The tranny is getting cranky.
    Done 328000km.
    Does anyone have a diagram on how the oil cooler should be connected eg. Out
    from tranny to top/bottom of cooler, return to tranny from top/bottom of
    cooler. Common sense with water but atf?

    Does a rebuild kit upgrade the tranny to 2002 spec?

    Will the new "quiet" solenoid pack be compatible?

    Are the transmissions in the newer generation 3.3L v6 Voyagers compatible to
    the 1992 model?

    Is there a Manual gearbox that can be fitted to this vehicle?
     
    Tom Muller, May 14, 2004
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  2. No. Only swapping the working assembly (guts) from a late-late model trans
    into your housing updates it to 2002 spec.
    No.

    Be sure to get the later transmission control module -- the one with the
    finned case from a '95 or so vehicle. It can be flash-updated to the
    newest firmware.

    DS
     
    Daniel J. Stern, May 14, 2004
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