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Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line

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Designed to resist corrosion and leakage, Dorman’s Engine Oil Cooler Hose Assembly is engineered for long-lasting performance. Ensure the smooth transfer of oil from the engine to the cooler, and protect your engine in the process.

Product Features:
  • Upgraded from steel and/or rubber construction to corrosion-resistant aluminum (where applicable)
  • Includes clips and gaskets (where applicable)
  • Direct replacement for trouble-free installation
  • Rigorous quality control measures have been undertaken to ensure that this part conforms to product standards
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Dorman - OE SolutionsEngine Oil Cooler Line
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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2.0

Didn't last too many years without leak

By Pete

from Hamilton, Ohio

Pros

    Cons

    • Short life

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving

    Comments about Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line:

    Everyday short trip driver. Hose developed leak after only 3 or 4 years use.

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    3.0

    Big Deal. It doe's the job.

    By Blinky

    from Port St. Lucie, Fl.

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line:

        It fit and doesn't leak. The support clamp that bolts to the motor mount was to short. Had to use my old one. It was $100.00 bucks cheaper than the dealer. I like that.

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        • Mechanic

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        5.0

        Exactly what I ordered

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Use

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Large Cars
          • Small Cars
          • Trucks

          Comments about Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line:

          Replaced warn out part

          • Car & Truck:
          • Casual Driver, Mechanic

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          • Q:

            How do I replace the oil cooler hoses on a 1998 GMC Safari van.
            Asked on 4/21/2013 by Dave from Sioux Falls, SD

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              A:

              Instructions: Step 1: Before you start to disconnect any lines or hoses, you must make sure you know where they are. Follow the oil cooler hose from the transmission or the oil pan, and trace its route to the radiator. You may find just a single line or a dual line, depending on the type of vehicle you own. Step 2: Slide a drain pan underneath the oil cooler hose connection on the radiator side. Use a wrench to loosen the coupling, turning in a counterclockwise direction. Be ready for some oil to leak out of the hose. Keep in mind that it may be a little warm to the touch. Step 3: Depending on where the oil line is going to, disconnect the line from either be the oil pan or the transmission. Use a wrench to loosen the coupling and remove the line. Step 4: If the oil cooler hose is kept secure with a line holder, use a small socket to remove the retaining bolts. The air cooler line should then drop away from the frame and the clamps holding it in place. Step 5: One of the hardest parts of replacing the oil cooler line, is removing it from the engine compartment. The oil line is going to be weaved in and around different parts. Make sure you do not cut the line when removing it. You may need a spare some day. Step 6: Once the old oil cooler hose has been removed, clean off the attachment points. Weave the oil line in through the engine parts again, and line it up with the line holders. Attach it to the line holders, and secure them in place by driving in the bolts with a socket wrench. Step 7: With the new hose lined up with the couplings of the radiator and the terminal point, make the connections by threading the couplings onto the lines. Tighten them down with a line wrench, and make sure they are not too tight. Step 8: Once the oil cooler hose is connected, you need to refill the reservoir with any oil that leaked out. Fill the oil and then start the car. This will allow the oil to circulate through the oil cooler hose. Check to make sure there aren't any leaks along the line. If there are, tighten the couplings a little more. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

              Answered on 4/22/2013 by Steve from AAP
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