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Old 12-07-2010, 08:19 PM
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hey so i was told by my mechanic that my tranny cooler needs to be replaced and my turbo cooler, he said he ordered the afe intercooler but i went to see him today and the size of one of the boxes was huge...so which coolers are which in these trucks thanks
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:21 PM
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Hmm well one should look like your stock intercooler just larger
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:36 PM
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haha, well ok then...hmmm is the front one the intercooler because that is where the afe one goes so i know i got that, but the big silver one in the back must be the tranny cooler or something because on the packing label it only says radiator asy

i wish i knew what that meant
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it comes as a whole assy from the factory i believe,follow your tranny lines from tranny to cooler,thats the cooler.follow the lines from your fuel cooler down and thats also your turbo cooler.
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alright, well when i got to the shop my trucks in tomorrow ill check it out, the mechanic only told me what had to be replaced he didnt show me lol
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:34 PM
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you should ask.also do a search on here for 6.4 coffee table book.there is a lot of good info in there.
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alright will do, thanks for the info
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:52 PM
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well i went and checked out the coffee table book, thanks 08pwrstrokr, i found that the turbo cooler is the first cooler you see in the front when you open the hood, and the radiator is the very far back one that is the biggest. the tranny cooler is somewhere inbetween but is a lot smaller, so i am sure that everything is correct, i was calling the turbo cooler an intercooler but ill start calling it a turbo cooler lol. the radiator is HUGE! so hopefully the turbo cooler gets in tomorrow.

thanks for all the help ill try to get some pics of it installed tomorrow
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Old 12-07-2010, 11:00 PM
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so make sure the guy is getting you the right stuff and not ripping you off.if you trust the guy thats one thing but being a mechanic myself i always get the shop to explain whats wrong,why it happened, and how the new parts will fix it.you can tell real quick if someone is blowing smoke or telling the truth.im really glad i could help you out with the info.
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