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THE FITTING WHERE THE OIL LINE CONNECTS TO COOLER CRACKS AND LEAKS OIL.WHAT CAN BE DONE

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: oil cooler leaks..

The tubes, or core of the cooler cannot be repaired. They are very thin walled. Another point to consider is that your bike is oil cooled (Suzuki Advanced Cooling System) its very important that all this works properly because a catastrophic failure of the cooler will destroy your engine and possibly kill you when the oil reaches the back wheel. You will need to replace it with an identical unit. Should not be hard to find one at a breakers or ebay.
Regards, Mike.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: need oil routing diagram for 1989 harley davidson

Little tip -The only time the oil cooler will cool is when the bike is moving and when the bike is moving you don't need the oil cooler. This is from a factory harley tech.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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SOURCE: C90T 2005 57,000 miles oil leak on left side of cooler,bottom

Get some new washers and remove and replace these washers to stop the leak. Use Genuine Suzuki parts

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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SOURCE: replace oil cooler line leaking

CHECK TO MAKE SURE LINE IS TIGHT IF SO REPLACE THE OIL COOLER LINE ITS LEAKING.

Posted on May 02, 2010

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SOURCE: 99 suburban leaking from oil cooler fitting on radiator

It sounds like you might have a crack in the plastic tank of the radiator. If the line was leaking, I would think you'd see some oil leaking. Any anti-freeze leaking? When the truck is cooled down, I'd check the anti-freeze and oil level.

Posted on May 29, 2010

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This is probably a head gasket problem and not an oil cooler problem.

The oil cooler is fairly easy to test.

Remove the cooler from the engine but do not disconnect cooling lines and then pressurize the cooling system. You can use a radiator test tool to put pressure on the cooling system and look for leaks. If it leaks, replace it.

You may also be able to bypass the oil cooler altogether if it leaks.

The head gasket is another story.

Get a 1/4" pipe to spark plug fitting and put a male air coupling fitting in it.

Then you can charge the cylinders with air from your compressor.

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