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FLAT RATE TIME FOR INSTALL OIL COOLER E450 6.0L DIESEL

THIS IS A SCHOOL BUS ON A 2004 E450 CUTAWAY CHASSIS

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SOURCE: 2004 f250 6.0 diesel engine oil cooler

U can do this, use a B&M brand cooler, use a kit for your truck if availiable get one with screw in hose fittings, never use hose clamps on an oil cooler if u can avoid it, if u choose to use clamps check them and tighten them as ness at every oil change. try the link below for a cooler.

http://performanceparts.com/product_group.php?vendor=BAM&pgid=11&sgid=332&gclid=CMqvlNq_yJcCFSAUagodlwubTQ

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: oil leaking from oil cooler line

Check the o-rings in the female side.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: engin oil cooler

Oil Cooler is leaking. Have replaced the o rings, but cannot get both o rings on either end. Thet weren't there when I took apart neither. It's a 93' 7.3 non turbo diesel.

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SOURCE: hard time shifting, bubbles in oil, trans not

Sounds like you just pulled something pretty heavy up some pretty good grades...am I right? Those are all the indicators of burnt transmission oil. You will need to have the fluid and filter changed...the bubbles are troublesome, that could be something more serious.

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

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SOURCE: why is my 6.0 ford diesel blowing coolant out

There is a possibility it is overfull. Ford put out a TSB which lowered the hot full level on the recovery tank about an inch. These recovery tanks also have had a history of developing pinholes and cracks on the top side that sometimes appear to be leaks from the cap. If you do not find a remedy with the tank itself, there are tools that can be used to check for combustion gasses in the cooling system. If you find combustion gasses in the cooling system, have the EGR cooler pressure tested before pulling the heads. If you do have to pull the heads replace the headbolts with ARP studs and nuts.

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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  2. Disable the SIR.
  3. Move the forwarding discriminating sensor out of the way.
  4. Remove the air cleaner assembly.
  5. Remove the cooling fans.
  6. Disconnect the radiator inlet hose from the radiator.
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