Yes, it's an automatic. And this makes a lot of sense. After cruising for 5+ hours she's sure to get a bit warm. Thank you again for the clarification. I'll have to go through the operator's manual again to see if there's a mention of its operation. Thanks again.But it is an automatic, correct?
This is the drivers side radiator with fan for the auto trans. The only cars that would not have any radiators back there are base model manuals.
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Well, there was certainly no indication of any over temp on the dash gauges. Of course I don't have a clue if there's an indicator for the transmission. It may be just a normal situation sort of like an electric radiator fan kicking in to supplement the ambient air cooling -- maybe not. Unfortunately, without any viable documentation to reference from Chevrolet -- in the form of a good operating handbook -- I'll have to put my trust in the dealer. Whom, by the way I just called, but their Corvette tech was unavailable. I'll keep you posted.So it was the fan that came on @ speed and you heard it? That creates several questions in my mind; Was there an overtemp., and if there was, why, what caused it? I am thinking if you heard it @ interstate speeds it must have been pretty loud, which can't be a good thing.