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Auto trans cooler on radiator?

Howdy -
I need to replace the radiator on a 1996 Trooper -- V6, auto trans.
Does the stock part always have the trans. fluid cooler built in?

Thanks!
CP

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  • rolfpack Sep 20, 2008

    Keemo,

    Thanks for the quick reply. Just trying to decide whether I can fix it myself, or take it to a mechanic.
    It seems like it may be difficult to get to the hoses from under the car (on jack stands).

    CP

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Yes it does, however you can get just a radiator and then have a larger aftermarket trans oil cooler. my question to you is is there a reason you want to not have an intergrated trans cooler/radiator?

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

  • Ronald Mueller
    Ronald Mueller Sep 20, 2008

    the oil cooler fittings should be able to be removed from the radiator. this only applies if the radiator has an intergrated oil cooler. if your going to use jack stands place them on the engine craddle behind the front wheels this will give you room to drop the cooler/ and or radiator out the front. please rate this.....thanks

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