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Could you tell me where to locate the oil cooler in my motor and the egr cooler is as well?

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I am not sure where it is i do not have a manual for your truck but try these website they maybe able to help you www.autozone.com and the other one is www.alldatadiy.ccom and i hope i have been some help to you Michigan Man.

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The oil cooler will typically be mounted along with the radiator and condenser core at the front of the vehicle. the EGR cooler will likely be attached to the EGR valve.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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SOURCE: egr cooler repalced to get us passed warranty -

If the dealer put an egr cooler on and didnt replace oil cooler, it can blow out egr cooler again , restriced oil cooler causes egr cooler to blow out , which in turn can cause overheat and blown headgasket also, if you are seeing white smoke now it is possible for the egr to be blown out again as wel as the oil ooler and/or headgasket

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