» Clogged oil cooler lines may cause automatic transmission failure
Report: Clogged oil cooler lines may cause automatic transmission failure
Dodge Dakota Problem
Model Years Affected: 1990, 1991, 1992
Clogged or restricted oil cooler lines can cause premature automatic transmission failure. If the transmission fails due to lack of lubrication, the oil cooler and lines should be inspected for kinks, blockage or restriction.
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