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So i found a 1995 f250 powerstroke on craigslist, and it has 215,000 miles. The oil cooler is starting to leak, and i wanted to know if i should repair it or just completely replace it?
 

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Repairing it means buying several O-Rings and pulling the cooler to clean and replace the O-Rings. coolers can run hundreds of dollars for a new replacement.

 

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The cooler assemblies (the tube/sheel part) themselves don't go bad very often. Cheers!
 

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So even in the long run you might as well just do the gaskets and o rings? I saw a bundle on xtremediesel.com from alliant. Would that work on only the alliant cooler or will it fit the stock oil cooler as well?
 

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Yes, I'd do the O-Rings. That is the correct kit.
 
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