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Oil cooler leak.

Sorry if this has been covered but to be perfectly honest I can type this faster than I can search for this off my phone. I have an oil leak ( worse when it's cold) appears to be coming out of the oil cooler. Is there a repair kit for it somewhere?? Is it hard to do??? No oil in the antifreeze, just all over the front differential. Valley and surrounding fittings are dry. Thanks.

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Of course I'm handy under the hood, I currently own a cummins.

2010 F350 CCLB Cabelas Edition
No Limit cai, Mini Maxx, 5" turbo back Flo Pro, Sinister egr delete, Sinister coolant filter, Cat EC-1, PTP shift solenoid. 20x9 +18 XD Monsters
01' 7.3 CCLB, 6637,wicked wheel G2, HPX, PHP Hydra, MBRP 4" Turbo back, Bellowed uppipes, Stancor gpr, 6.0 cooler, Fpr, Glow shift exhaust, pyro, trans, 203*/billet housing/ Cat EC-1, '07headlights/05' grill, Oh8' gate.
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Oil cooler leak.

Just did one. Not a bad job. About 2hrs or so. Just make sure that you change the oil before starting the truck after its all together. A lot of antifreeze gets in the oil when you take the cooler off.


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