- Feb 5, 2012
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- '94 VR SS V8
I doubt temp will change much in the line from cooler A to cooler B.Deuce,
the originally thinking as siggested was to use the front cooler as the main trans cooling and use the small remote fan to piggy back to control the final temperature when needed
We could adapt the temperature sensor to the output on front trans cooler, however that would be giving me the temperature out of cooler.
If I'm going to break into the -8 trans line, thought it would be better to adpater temp sensor as close to the trans as possible to get more accurate temperature, then anything after this should be cooler
However the fan/remote cooler will be activated at 175 F (79C) as this is fixed
Alternatively could dial temperature in with something like the following, and this could be placed near trans output
Maybe put sensor in the pan. Therefore if fluid returning to pan doesn't drop temp sufficiently, then the fan comes on.
Wait, it goes pump - cooler - trans - sump (I think)
So that idea would be turning fan on / off based on temp before it has gone through either cooler