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Normal operating temp?

Normal operating temp?

Postby Bigokie [OP] » Mar 31 2012, 4:16am

Does anyone know the "normal parameters" on the operating temps for the transmission on the NBS 1/2 tons?

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Re: Normal operating temp?

Postby parrothead » Mar 31 2012, 4:37am

motor or transmission?

Edit--just noticed this was in the Transmission forum. Per the owners manual on a 2011- Normal operating temps are between 180*-200*. Personally, mine don't get this high unless i am towing or its extremely hot outside
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Re: Normal operating temp?

Postby Bigokie [OP] » Mar 31 2012, 4:41am

parrothead wrote:motor or transmission?



My bad, trans....
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Re: Normal operating temp?

Postby parrothead » Mar 31 2012, 4:44am

see my edit--my mistake-i clicked on active topics and didn't notice the section you posted the question. This may or may not help you but these are the numbers for a 2011
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Re: Normal operating temp?

Postby EKinMN » Mar 31 2012, 7:59pm

Mine only runs that high when towing. Normally in the 120-130 range. Less in the winter.
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