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How do get at 7.3 started after changing the oil cooler?

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Would you clarify your question 7.3???? Quarts or is that an engine size
If you Just added an Oil Cooler to an engine filling the cooler with oil is rather simple Add the correct amount of oil to your engine and start the vehicle as your pump runs the oil will circulate into your new cooler and you only add as much oil as it takes to bring the level up to the manufacturers level.If you Just changed the Oil cooler and your engine will not start Check everything you did while replacing it you may have disconnected an electrical part that is causing your Failure.

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