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Transmition Fluid Help

Joebones

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Here's the breakdown
Went and played in the snow with my bronco II i negelected to watch my trans fluid temp and stopped at it had hit 290F So i stopped and checked no nasty brown fluid but it smells burnt. So my question is a hot flush and band adjustment nessasary now?
Things to consider, the trans is one from a 94 explorer, and i have a 20,000btu B&M cooler.
Thanks guys
 


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I vote---change the fluid first & see it it acts up--
 

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