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You can go up to 220F all day long with no problems. You can go as high as 250F for no more than a half hour at a time.
Mark, are these temps/times true for both the 4R100 and the 5R110?
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New transmission was installed Wednesday afternoon and we hit the road within a couple hours. The final price was actually 10% less than the initial estimate. That was a small yet satisfying surprise. Made it home yesterday about 21 hours after we left Durango only taking a five hour nap in the Kingman, AZ Walmart parking lot. New tranny performed flawlessly but about 75 miles from home, the A/C started acting funny. When in the A/C Max position, air would periodically stop blowing through the dash vents and start blowing through the defrost vents. After playing around with the dials some, it eventually worked okay in the standard A/C position. What is going on?
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When in the A/C Max position, air would periodically stop blowing through the dash vents and start blowing through the defrost vents. After playing around with the dials some, it eventually worked okay in the standard A/C position. What is going on?
Mild vacuum leak.
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