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Ok heres the deal. My 2004 Rang erover hse has been acting up. After going on semi long trips the car will show no faults and shift down and try to stick at higher RPMS and only shift at a much higher RPMS. Is it overheating?

Can someone link me to the thread on this, or how to fix this? (I remember hearing about a transmission radiator??)

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it could be a faulty temperature sensor on the radiator, if I remember it can give a faulty signal for the transmission...... it may also be the radiator that gets clogged near the temperature sensor. Others have more details on this.
 

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It sounds like your transmission has gone into a cooling strategy and that usually means the transmission oil cooler has slugged up . Since the oil cooler is the bottom section of the radiator the best fix can be to replace the radiator it's not particular difficult or expensive if you do it your self or use an independent . On the other hand a rad flush may do it .
 
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