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Preserve the life of your transmission and improve towing performance with a transmission cooler. Protect your vehicle's warranty or simply give your vehicle a boost with a simple to use addition to any towing set up. Push on fittings and three mounting positions ensure a hassle-free installation, while varying performance levels allow you to match the transmission cooler to your specific towing needs.
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Transmission Cooler Installation - 2006 Honda Odyssey
Derale Dyno-Cool Transmission Cooler Installation - 2002 Chevrolet Silverado
Today in our 2002 Chevy Silverado, we'll be installing the Derale Dyno Cool Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit part number D12904.To begin our install, we'll first go ahead and open up the hood and then remove the core support cover. Core support cover is a plastic cover that goes over the core support and held in with push pin fasteners. Using a flat blade screw driver, we'll inaudible 00:00:26 the fastener up and then remove it completely. There are multiple fasteners holding it in place. This is a twist lock connecter. We'll go ahead and rotate it. Unlocking it, we remove the fastener from the position that's being secured.
Derale Transmission Coolers D12906 Review
Today we'll be reviewing part number D12906. This is the Class 2 Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit. It's going to help improve functioning and overall performance of your transmission. It's also going to extend the life of the transmission and prolongs the periods between necessary fluid changes. This is going to cut down on heat related failures. It agitates fluid with built in and boss tribulators for more efficient cooling. It's constructed of a durable lightweight aluminum and a Thermo-conductive metal is going to provide excellent transfer of heat. This is going to include a high temperature OEM spec hose, with stainless steel clamps.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2006 Honda Pilot
Today on this 2006 Honda Pilot we're going to install part number D13503. This is the Rally Series 8000 Plate Fin and Transmission Cooler Kit. First thing we need to do is go ahead and disassemble the front of the car, where we do get access to the front of the AC condenser behind the grill. To do that we're going to remove this top plate, plate on the bottom and then we'll go ahead and take off the bumper cover. Let's go ahead and remove our top cover first. There'll be a series of plastic rivets that we have to remove. If you raise the centers up just high enough, then they pop right out. This panel's loose, so go ahead and just slip it off, then guide it over the handle here.
Derale Combination Transmission and Engine Oil Cooler Installation - 2012 Toyota 4Runner
Today on our 20174 Toyota 4Runner, we'll be installing the Derale Combination Cooler. Part number D15902. Now, to begin out install, we'll first go ahead and open up the hood. We've got remove the top fascia cover that will go between the fascia and core support. This says multiple push pin fasteners will need to be removed. To remove these push pin fasteners, we'll simply pry up on the center of the fastener and then remove it completely. Next, we'll start removing the multiple fasteners to undo the front fascia. They'll be fasteners that secure the top of the fascia inside the wheel well and underneath. Once we remove all these fasteners which will be bolts and push pin fasteners, we'll then go ahead and pull out on the wheel well to release the fascia from the fasteners underneath, slightly pull back on the fascia enough that we can reach inside and release the manufacturer's electrical wiring that runs to the fascia. We'll remove the fasteners to secure the lower rock guard. Once we removed the fasteners, we'll swing the rock guard down and remove it from the vehicle.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2014 Honda Odyssey
Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey, we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 Plate Fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13502. Now to begIn our install, we'll first go ahead and open up the hood. We'll need to remove the top engine cover, those between the grill in the front core support. To do this, we'll remove the multiple push pin fasteners that secure the plastic cover and air intake. Well to remove the push pin fasteners, we'll go and pull Next, we'll then remove the 2 fasteners here, the top and secure the grill to the core support. Now with that done, we'll move to the wheel wells. To make it easier to remove the 2 screw fasteners inside the wheel well, we'll go ahead and turn the wheel inside while working on the driver's side and then inside while we're working on the passenger's side. Now with those fasteners out of the way, we'll move underneath the vehicle, we'll remove multiple fasteners that secure the front fascia and lower rock guard for both screw and push pin fasteners. Now with all the fasteners removed, we'll go ahead and pull the lower rock guard out and set it aside. It's a good idea "to get an extra set of" 00:01:20 hands as we'll remove the front fascia. To remove the front fascia, we'll pull out on the corner of the fascia where it needs to wheel well, releasing the fasteners underneath.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2009 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2009 Honda CRV, we're going to install part number D13502 from Derale. This is their transmission cooler. To start off, we're going to have to remove the front bumper fixture and grill to get access to the condenser for the AC. This is where the transmission cooler will attach to. We'll go ahead and open up the hood and there's a small panel on top with a number of fasteners and pop rivets that we can remove to take off the top panel. Now we'll move to the driver's side, and there will be two screws in the fender well, plus one more plastic rivet on the inside edge of the fender well that we have to remove.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 1999 Ford F-350
Today, on our 1999 Ford F-350 well be installing the Derale Series 7000 Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit part number d13105. To begin our install well first locate the transmission lines and the return line from the manufactures transmission cooler. After warming the vehicle up, we located the line here just in front of the engine. Our next step will be removing the front grill. To remove the front grill well remove the four fasteners across the top. There are two snap fasteners at the bottom, youll need to release the metal clip and once released we can remove the grill.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche
Today on our 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche, we'll be installing the Derale Transmission Cooler, part number D12906. We'll also be using the Derale Universal Mount Kit, part number D13002 and the GM Radiator Adaptor, part number D13035.Now our truck has had some modifications so the removal of the grill is different than normal, so we will not be showing it. With our grill out of the way, we'll go ahead and test fit the cooler.After finding a good spot for our cooler, using a couple of bolts and nuts we purchased separately, we'll attach the Derale brackets to the cooler. At this point, we want to leave the brackets loose until theyre mounted to the vehicle. We can go ahead and attach the rubber line to the cooler as well using two of the worm clamps. It also may be necessary to use some transmission fluid as lubricant to get the line around the fittings.We can now tighten down the worm clamp securing the rubber line to our cooler.
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