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Old 02-06-2018, 11:54 AM   #1
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Temps, oil, trans, coolant ??? I

What kind of temps are you seeing ? I have a 2017 Ram 3500 DWR 6.7 Diesel . 75* ambiant I am seeing 167* trans, up to 239* oil and around 215 coolant. Pulling my Voltage 3600. Thanks
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What kind of temps are you seeing ? I have a 2017 Ram 3500 DWR 6.7 Diesel . 75* ambiant I am seeing 167* trans, up to 239* oil and around 215 coolant. Pulling my Voltage 3600. Thanks
I have 2014 chevy with a Duramax and a 2017 Voltage 3505 I run around 130 trans 190 coolant temp and 200 Oil temp

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Thanks . I am thinking my oil temp is a little high
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Thanks . I am thinking my oil temp is a little high
It sounds high I would look into it

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What kind of temps are you seeing ? I have a 2017 Ram 3500 DWR 6.7 Diesel . 75* ambiant I am seeing 167* trans, up to 239* oil and around 215 coolant. Pulling my Voltage 3600. Thanks
Hmmm... I'm not so sure, guys. He doesn't state what type of terrain he's navigating when seeing these temps. But he does live in Colorado where steep grades are common... not those little mole-hills I used to navigate east of the Mississippi. I do know that I have similar numbers on my F-450 when pulling my 3200 up steep grades out west.

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Hmmm... I'm not so sure, guys. He doesn't state what type of terrain he's navigating when seeing these temps. But he does live in Colorado where steep grades are common... not those little mole-hills I used to navigate east of the Mississippi. I do know that I have similar numbers on my F-450 when pulling my 3200 up steep grades out west.

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Those temps in the mountains are great. Trans temps up to 220 are classified as acceptable but are not recommended for long periods of time. At 230 the trans will go into a limp mode. Engine oil temp will always be higher than coolant temp, it uses the coolant to help cool it down.
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