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Old 04-09-2005, 06:35   #1 (permalink)
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anyone have any pics that show how a factory oil cooler was installed on xd-xe 351's. Thanks
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anyone have any pics that show how a factory oil cooler was installed on xd-xe 351's. Thanks
Are you referring to an engine oil cooler? Can't find any reference to one in my work manual. I know they came with optional trans fluid coolers.
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Yeah they were on 351 ESP's i think, I mate has an original bracket and cooler, i'll see if i can get pics for ya.
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I have an original XC, looking a bit tired now though. Might take some time to get pics but will try.

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I had one on my XE highway pursuit car. From memory it mounted next to the passanger side headlight/driving light in front of the radiator.
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so we are talking about transmission coolers
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I had one on my XE highway pursuit car. From memory it mounted next to the passanger side headlight/driving light in front of the radiator.
(engine oil cooler that is).
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yes engine oil cooler from a ex cop XD
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Ive got one mounted there on my ESP but it is definatley an extra tranny cooler. I think all ESP have them its part of the tow pack option.
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