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Old 03-30-2005, 04:15 PM   #1
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I have a 2004 Durango which has the HEMI, 3:55 gears and "heavy duty towing group" per window sticker. What does the towing package give you besides a class 4 receiver and trailer wiring?Does this automotically come with transmission cooler? If not, how difficult is it to add for a novice? How expensive to have done by shop typically? I'm a newby so forgive the stupid questions.
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I have a 2004 Durango which has the HEMI, 3:55 gears and "heavy duty towing group" per window sticker. What does the towing package give you besides a class 4 receiver and trailer wiring?Does this automotically come with transmission cooler? If not, how difficult is it to add for a novice? How expensive to have done by shop typically? I'm a newby so forgive the stupid questions.
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I don't know about the 2004 Durango, but previous Dodge truck tow packages included an auxiliary air-to-air automatic transmission cooler in addition to the radiator tank cooler. At least this was the case on my 1996 Ram 3500 V-10/47RE and my wife's 2000 Durango 5.9L V-8/46RE.

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