I would not recommend overfilling the transmission because that is only going to cause aeration which will cause other issues.
When you say it runs hot, what is the temp? Do you have a scan tool to monitor the transmission temp? You will have a temperature sensor that on a scan tool will give you an actual degree rather than looking at a gauge. I don't remember if you cluster has an option that it gives you an actual temp reading but if it does, what is the actual temperature? Thanks
Wednesday, August 7th, 2019 AT 5:44 PM