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The oil cooler in my ford 1 ton blew and i need to know if it is hard to  change and i need to know how to change it

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What year ? F350 4wd? Check hose connections first, then mounting bolts will dictate ease of replacement.

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My engine blew the gasket when I took off the head the pile at the top is like a slush thick like grease what is the cause it’s a Ford ztsurus SES w002

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Oil cooler blew up.. what does it cost to replace?

Why did it blow up...corrosion or overpressure.? If it was overpressure you need a new oil pump too.

If it was corrosion you need someone to check to see if the oil filter mount is okay to receive a new cooler and 'O' ring.

Usually the 'O' ring gets hard and cracks letting oil escape. 'O' lives between the oil cooler and filter mount. Most shops can do the job and cost depends where you are but assume around $200 or so
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Common problem with oil cooler is internal corrosion and oil and coolant mixing.Results in Mayonnaise on the dip stick and oil filler cap..corrosion is caused by infrequent coolant changes and/or wrong coolant or too little coolant antifreeze.

Use a Prestone Universal Antifreeze for yours.

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2003 Windstar: power steering noise...

you need to change the power steering filter first to see if it makes it less noisy, if that does not work then you mave have rack and pinion seals going to out. it could aslo be the power steering oil cooler or the lines colaspeing just change the hoses to the cooler it is not hard and costs 10 bucks for the hose.

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When did Ford Make it manditory to change out Oil Cooler when replacing EGR Cooler on F-250 or warranty would be void on that EGR Cooler?

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You will need to rmove it and reseal it, it only going to get worse with fall and winter comeing on,also you will need to change your oil filter and oil at the same time because when you remove it you will get some antifreeze in your oil,Hope this helps you

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1 - does anyone know how long Ford has been having issues with EGR coolers and specifially why - if it is so well known that if you don't do the oil cooler and flush - why only in April 09 did they change...

Most mechanics that have been around for a while know to do this it's part of the maintainance of the rig. You also have to test the antifreeze's PH level to see if there is any oxidation going on so that the antifreeze can be changed and any electrolysis that is detected at that time would indicate that it needs to be flushed and o-rings replaced for the oil cooler. Most people don't do the services required until it ruins an engine. Just like the Internet add saying mechanics are charging for antifreeze and thermostat changes and transmission filter and oil changes I can testify to the fact that you don't do these two items you will lose the transmission or engine for a 100 bucks. Engine parts wear the can turns 2 times as much as the crank so if your running at 2500 RPM and drive 100,000 do the math things wear out. So we get blamed that we are pinching the public for a buck if we do the required maintains or suggest it and then when something goes wrong we get blamed for not telling them to do the service. And after ford got sued for 2 pounds of air pressure that they did not make or design they got sued for billions, you think they are going to open their mouths up unless they have to? big rigs have had to have thier oil anilized since I can remember the 60's and 70's you are just now finding out.

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It has an issure you can find the date of service first recall at and read the Service bullitins for you unit. It affects the 2005 2006 and 2007 they are just learning of the problem you have described. Running with pitted heads can destroy your engine if the head gasket blows. And Not all fords are bad, just some things they find when trying to keep it right under the goverment thumb.

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