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Old 08-26-2012, 07:19 PM   #1
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Is anyone running a engine oil cooler?? My 88 has a oil cooler a trans cooler and then the radiator. I am replacing my sealed system to a 2row open system and want to replace the oil cooler why iam their. Does anybody got any suggestions
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Got pics of your set-up?
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I can go take some. Its all stock set up right now..
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Old 08-26-2012, 09:12 PM   #4
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So here is what it looks like

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That's what those are right?

The small one is oil. The big one is trans. Then obviously the radiator behind it all.

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I believe the small one is the optional factory auxillay tranny oil cooler, then a/c condensor, then the radiator.......no engine oil cooler.
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I believe the small one is the optional factory auxillay tranny oil cooler, then a/c condensor, then the radiator.......no engine oil cooler.
So I have 2 tranny coolers? The one in the radiator and a external?
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Yes correct
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I'm planning on getting a new b&m stacker plate cooler to replace the factory one. To me I feel like the factory one isn't all that large enough to really cool the fluid that much. While i'm there i'll probably turn it into a power steering fluid cooler just because I can.
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Should be able to follow the lines to it and figure out what its for.

But for sure the big one in front of the radiator is AC.

Little one I don't know.
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The small auxiliary tranny fluid cooler in front of the a/c condenser is part of the factory "tow pkg". The PO could have snatched it from a donor XJ and installed it. Not many XJs have the factory auxiliary tranny cooler so most folks that add a auxiliary cooler install a larger (than factory) auxiliary cooler.
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The small auxiliary tranny fluid cooler in front of the a/c condenser is part of the factory "tow pkg". The PO could have snatched it from a donor XJ and installed it. Not many XJs have the factory auxiliary tranny cooler so most folks that add a auxiliary cooler install a larger (than factory) auxiliary cooler.
Ya that's what iam going todo. Their is no tow pack unless they took it off. Not sure. I thought it was a oil cooler. I will follow the lines to double check. Does anyone run a oil cooler?
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I'm planning on getting a new b&m stacker plate cooler to replace the factory one. To me I feel like the factory one isn't all that large enough to really cool the fluid that much. While i'm there i'll probably turn it into a power steering fluid cooler just because I can.
What is the part # I have been looking @ the B&M trans cooler.
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What is the part # I have been looking @ the B&M trans cooler.
Most people go with the 70268 one. When I get around to it, that'll be the one I purchase.
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My pic above is a B&M 70264. It's a 1.75" thick core vs .75" core......thicker core means smaller foot print with more cooling capacity.
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What's the diff between the two?
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