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Old 01-31-2003, 17:14   #1 (permalink)
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Differences in radiator for E series Falcon auto vs manual

Just had my Sprint's radiator changed to the EF/EL style to accommodate a planned swap to the factory electric fans and noticed the radiator shop had used an automatic radiator with the fittings for transmission cooling. Does this mean I have lost some of the total capacity of the radiator when compared to my original manual radiator?
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Old 01-31-2003, 18:41   #2 (permalink)
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nah I dont think it will do any harm...should be right
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The all radiators came with the auto cooler from the factory.

What is the difference between the EA/D and EF/L? apart from the lower radiator hose diameter?

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I had mine replaced also.[Broken tank spout]The original was without the trans-cooler. But the new one has and the elect. fans bolted straight in only required the small bolts [n9 ?] for the attachment at top.No difference in size of rad..Geeeze those fans pull some amps!!
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The radiator fitting for the supply tank hose has a 90deg bend requiring a different hose. Otherwise as ebxr8240 mentioned they have fittings for the electric fans.
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