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This is a continuation division of application Ser. This invention relates to a method for making heat exchangers, and in particular, to automotive oil coolers which are located inside other heat exchangers, such as automotive radiators. In motor vehicles, it is common to provide heat exchangers for cooling engine oil or transmission fluid.
Step Number One; Identify the type of oil cooler that's currently bolted to your TCM engine don't rely on parts-manual information. You can try looking for a part number on the oil cooler - but chances are that you won't be able to find one or if you do see a part number, you may not be able to read it. If there's no part number visible, here's how to put a positive I.
Oil Cooling Frequently Asked Questions We supply oil coolers for use in many applications both industrial and automotive. However, these pages are aimed at the automotive application. Why do we need an engine oil cooler?
The oil cooler on any production vehicle is an essential engine component designed to keep modern cars, trucks, and SUVs running smoothly on the roads they travel daily. Whether you have a BMW or an older, yet reliable Nissan Sentra, the fact remains that the cooling system on any vehicle must be in working order during all types of weather and driving conditions. Although most drivers never have interaction with their oil coolers, keeping them in working order will extend their lifespan.
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In the accompanying drawings: Figure 1 is a front elevation, partly in section, of an automobile radiator embodying my invention. Figure 2 is a sectional side elevation of the same, the sectional portion being taken on line 2 2, Fig. Figure 3 is a top plan view of the radiator, partly in section, the sectional portion being taken on lineFig.
These are usually transmission or oil coolers which are in the bottom tank of the radiator. If you need a replacement bottom tank cooler, give us a call. Even if you don't see the exact unit you need here, we may be able to custom make a cooler for you, saving our customer the cost of an entire new assembly and allowing you to make money while helping your customer.
Ever since BMW started using a lot of plastic parts for the cooling system, replacing the cooling system became part of the maintenance that should be done at around K in order to keep the car reliable and running cool. In this article I will show you how to replace most of the things that are known to fail on BMW E46 3-series. This project was done on a xi but the cooling system is pretty much identical on all E46 models from
May 2, E. Panthofer, Milwaukee, Wis. This invention relates generally to radiators for logging tractors and the like are so high as to require some method of cooling the lubricating oil after circulation through the engine. Formerly this was done by mounting an oil circulating radiator core just behind the regular engine jacket fluid core.