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new oil cooler

just about to put in my new iner oil cooler and wondering now that i have cleaned the tube area where the cooler sits and put in the new screen do i need to put any oil in the tube by the screen and or put any into the new oil cooler? same goes for the coolant in the cooler do i need to put some coolant in it?

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post #2 of 3 Old 04-24-2011, 03:23 PM
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You should pour some oil through the screen into the HPOP reservoir to aid in starting the truck after your done. Enough to fill up the area under it and just a tad more.
Don't be too concerned about filling it with coolant. That will happen rather quickly once you turn it over.
As far as pouring oil into it, the Low pressure oil pump should fill it pretty quick. Your truck might stall and may take up to 30 seconds of cranking to get it going, but no big deal.
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Yup, fill the HPOP reservoir and put it back together. No need to do anything with the cooler itself.
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