Why You Need An Automatic Transmission Cooler

  • 9 out of 10 transmission failures are caused by overheating.
  • Automatic transmission coolers can increase transmission life by decreasing transmission oil temperature.
  • Every 20 degree drop in temperature doubles transmission oil life.
  • The engines in today's cars have been downsized for economy's sake and must work harder than before. An automatic transmission cooler can help get rid of the extra heat generated.
Transmission Life Expectancy Chart

An automatic transmission cooler is basically a supplemental radiator that helps cool your vehicle's transmission fluid.

An automatic transmission relies on that fluid to:

Automatic Transmission Cooler
  • Lubricate moving parts
  • Clean interior surfaces
  • Cool the transmission
  • Protect against rust
  • Transmit energy

Each year, 13 million transmissions fail - 90% due to overheating! An automatic transmission cooler can be your best protection against costly transmission repair bills.

Aluminum Inner Turbulator Design

Standard Tube and Fin automatic transmission coolers feature an aluminum inner turbulator design that swirls oil continuously for maximum cooling efficiency and maximum contact with cooling surfaces. Applications cover all domestic and foreign cars, trucks and RVs.

Automatic Transmission Cooler

Hi-Performance Plate and Fin automatic transmission coolers provide superior cooling efficiency in a compact package that's easy to install. The unique louvered fin design allows effective cooling and maximum surface contact in a smaller size.

Quick Select Chart

Find your vehicle type on the left and your trailer weight across the top. Where the row and column meet, you'll find the Standard and Hi-Performance automatic transmission coolers that were designed for your vehicle.

The Quick Select Chart

Additional Reasons to Use an Automatic Transmission Cooler...

Automatic Tranmission Cooler Uses
  • Reduces cooling demands on radiator
  • Carrying extra passengers or cargo
  • Driving in stop-and-go traffic
  • Driving in hot or very cold weather
  • Climbing steep inclines