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Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line

Part No. 625-142 Warranty  

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Designed to resist corrosion and leakage, Our Engine Oil Cooler Hose Assembly is made for lasting performance. Ensure the smooth transfer of oil from the engine to the cooler, and protect your engine.

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
 
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4.0

Beware of the fit of the threaded fittin

By 1993 Sub, 200,000miles ;)

from South Carolina

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        Comments about Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line:

        While this may fit most 1993 K1500 Suburbans with 3.73 rear ends. GM must have changed something mid year and the line for your truck may be for the 4.10 rear end. So, after you get the new line, and before you crawl under to install it, take a minute and see if the treaded fitting will fit your radiator fitting, if it doesn't, you may have to go to the 625-163 line which is typically for the 4.10/4.56 rear ends.
        Also, change the Oil Cooler Line Connector, yes the whole thing. 800-701. It has the proper O-ring and plastic sleeves inside. Yea it's $8, and takes a 1 inch socket. It's worth it. You will have to move the transmission bracket out of the way, but only undo the lower bolt, and move it out of the way.
        I didn't do the upper line, but I'm sure it's the same "problem"

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        1.0

        not as advertizsed

        By cementhead11

        from upstate,ny

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            Comments about Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Oil Cooler Line:

            DOES NOT COME WHITH PLASTIC RETANING CLIP... it says it does in the descip?? P#800-802. and then no store has it in stock, why bother go to gm dealer.

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              It is asking for the axle ratio for this hose, how do i find the axle ratio for a 1993 K1500 chevy pick-up?
              Asked on 12/31/2009 by jim from Dawsonville,GA

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                The tag on the door with the vin should have an axle code that you can just look up online

                Answered on 1/25/2010 by jakethesnake92 from texas
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