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Old 01-13-2011, 04:58 AM
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Is it Normal ??

Doing my Oil Cooler replace, I pulled the cooler housing and valley under cooler was full of oil.. even after removing screen ( which had been torn loose at one end ) it stayed full of oil .. is this normal

I hope so cause I just dropped the new screen in place and rebuilt the oil cooler and put things back together

btw..this job is a @$#$%%$#$#%%^^%$# :-)
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Good job getting everything back together. I don't know about the oil remaining there but I'm eager for a reply.
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When you say "valley" you mean the depression below the oil cooler or the area between oil cooler & HPOP? If memory serves, that is the oil reservoir for the HPOP pump. Let's see if I can find some more info...


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When you say "valley" you mean the depression below the oil cooler or the area between oil cooler & HPOP? If memory serves, that is the oil reservoir for the HPOP pump. Let's see if I can find some more info...


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Yes, you are 100% correct. That is the HPOP reservoir. I drained mine to check it for any debris since my screen was also torn and my IPR had a hole in it.


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Yep , thats the res....... it was full but makes sense...holds oil for HPOP so it does not cavitate. The stuff I got to do today is put in my eger delete and reassemble the rest of the stuff it was not too bad but I did not have any kind of stand and my skinny butt has lots of brusies with more to happen before this job is done ...the little sob that is giving me trouble when I stopped last night was the dang lower bolt on the up pipe behind HPOP housing all I had was a 12pt socket and it would slip when I put the hurt on it ...going to get a 6pt today and go at it again !!! ah fun-fun
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