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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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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.

Transmission Cooler Installation - 2006 Honda Pilot

Today on our 2006 Honda Pilot we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 plate thin transmission cooler kit with barbed inlets for class three, part number D13503. Now to begin our installation we'll need to remove the undercarriage panel here. We'll remove the 16 push pin clips which hold the panel in place. We can then bring the panel down and place it off to the side for re-installation later. We'll next need to remove the front fascia from the vehicle. We'll remove the two 10 millimeter bolts here on the drivers side where we can then move over to the passenger side and remove the two 10 millimeter bolts holding it in.

Transmission Cooler Installation - 2011 Chevrolet Suburban

Today on our 2011 Chevy Suburban, we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler, part number D13503. To gain access to the front of the vehicle near the radiator, we're going to remove the front clip. To do this, there are multiple fasteners along the top edge of the front clip. We'll go ahead and remove those first. Next, we'll move to the wheel well where there are multiple push pin and screw-in fasteners to remove. Now, we'll go ahead and get underneath the vehicle where we'll have several more fasteners that need to be removed.

Transmission Cooler Installation - 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

Today on our 2004 Chevy Trailblazer we'll be installing the Durale Series 8000 Plate-fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13503. Before we can begin installing the cooler, we'll fist need to go ahead and gain accessto the front radiator and/or A/C cooler. To do this we'll go ahead and remove the frontbumper cover and the grille. Starting with the front bumper cover underneath, we'll goahead and remove the two fasteners here on the driver's side, securing the bumpercover to the bumper structure. We've got a push-pin fastener we'll remove first andthen a bolt. Now we'll go ahead and repeat the same process on the passenger's side.Next we have four push-pin fasteners located near the license plate bracket that willneed to be removed.

Transmission Cooler Installation - 2006 Chevrolet Uplander

Today on our 2006 Chevrolet Uplander well be installing the Derale transmission cooler kit with barbed inlets part number d13502. Well begin the installation by removing the under carriage air dam. There are four bolts holding it on. After removing it well undo the clips holding the wiring harness here to move it out of the way. You can then see the two transmission oil cooler lines running on the inside of the radiator. Well now move underneath the hood here on top.

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Transmission Coolers Questions and Answers

  • Transmission Cooler Recommendations for 2005 Pontiac Vibe
  • A transmission cooler is not a vehicle-specific item, it can be installed on just about any vehicle that has an automatic transmission. The best and most efficient place to install a cooler is directly behind the vehicle grille, in front of the radiator and A/C condenser. You'll want to choose the largest cooler that will fit in the space available. The cooler will tap into the return line from the radiator to the transmission, as shown in the help articles I've linked to. If you have th
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  • Recommendations for Preventing a 1999 Ford F250 Powerstroke Transmission from Overheating
  • Fluid coming out of the transmission dipstick tube is usually a sign of severe overheating. A transmission cooler will help a ton to prevent this from happening again, but you might take your truck to a transmission shop to make sure you didn't damage anything in your transmission as heat is the number one killer of transmissions. For your truck the most popular upgrade for a transmission cooler is to go to the 6.0 liter generation Powerstroke's transmission cooler. I wish we carried an after
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2005 Chevy Colorado
  • The best way to pick out a transmission cooler is to measure the amount of space you have in front of your radiator and pick out the largest cooler that would fit there. If you have room for it I would recommend you go with a Derale Transmision Cooler part # D13502. This cooler measures 11 inches wide by 7-1/4 inches tall by 7/8 inches deep. You will also want the Derale Snap-In Radiator Adapter Fitting # D13035 to make installation easier. Check out the install video and FAQ article I at
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  • Transmission Cooler and Suspension Enhancement for a 1995 Plymouth Voyager
  • A transmission cooler would definitely be a good call for your 1995 Plymouth Voyager since the factory cooler by itself is adequate at best for non-towing situations. The best way to pick out a transmission cooler is to measure the amount of space you have in front of your radiator and pick out the largest cooler that would fit there. If you have room for it I would recommend you go with a Derale Transmision Cooler part # D13502. This cooler measures 11 inches wide by 7-1/4 inches tall by 7/8
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2004 Nissan Frontier Flat Towing a 1997 Geo Tracker
  • The best way to pick out a transmission cooler is to check out the area in front of the radiator to determine how big of a transmission cooler would fit in the available space. The bigger the cooler you can fit the better. Especially since you plan on towing something as heavy as a vehicle. The Derale Transmission Cooler part # D13501 that you referenced is a smaller plate and fin cooler that would work decently, but I would go with a bigger one if you can fit it. If you have the room I w
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  • Installing Derale Class III Transmission Cooler # D13502 in 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan SE
  • We do not currently have a transmission cooler install video for the 2009 model year Grand Caravan. While some of the installation details for your 2009 may differ from those shown in the video on the 2007, overall the process will be the same. The 2007 and 2009 model years of the Dodge Grand Caravan are indeed different generations of the vehicle; the 2007 is the 4th generation and the 2009 is the 5th generation. The Derale Transmission Cooler # D13502 that you referenced is considered a fi
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  • Which Line Going to the Radiator of a 2008 Chrysler Town and Country is the Supply Line
  • The best way to determine which transmission line is the high-pressure or supply line and which is the return line is to start the motor cold. Place the transmission in drive for 10 seconds and return it to park. Turn off the motor and feel both transmission lines where they exit the radiator. The cooler of the two lines will be your return line, the warmer line is your supply line. I have included a diagram of a typical transmission cooler installation. To see a typical install video, cli
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  • Derale Transmission Pan Cooler # D14208 for 1996 Ford F250 w/ 7.3L Engine
  • According to my research, the 1996 F250 7.3l engine should have a E40D transmission. There are two different ways of confirming this. First, you can check the sticker on the driver's side door jamb. You will see the letters TR or TRANS, followed by a letter. If the letter is E, you have the E40D transmission. Secondly, you can check the number of bolts holding the transmission pan on. If there's 20 bolts, it's a E40D. The Derale # D14208 is indeed compatible with the E40D transmission.
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  • Using OEM Lines to Install Aftermarket Transmission Cooler # D13502 in 2012 Jeep Liberty
  • The aftermarket coolers we offer for oil and transmission fluids are intended to serve as supplementary units to assist the factory devices, but they are not designed to replace them. You are certainly able to usefully add secondary cooling for your Liberty transmission by installing a supplementary cooler such as the high-efficiency Derale # D13502. Oil and transmission coolers are not truly vehicle-specific; you can install a cooler as large as the space you have available for one. The link
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  • Supplementary Transmission Cooler for 2004 Silverado 1500 LT That Has a Factory External Cooler
  • It is possible that your 2004 Silverado 1500 has an external transmission cooler from the factory; it is also possible that the previous owner installed an aftermarket unit. Some auto makers place a tranny cooler inside the radiator. You can confirm that the unit you are seeing is indeed a stand-alone tranny cooler by following its lines back to the transmission case and you can certainly add on a second cooler for your transmission if you wish and this would indeed be a good idea for your upcom
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  • Towing Capacity of a 1993 GMC Sierra 3500 Diesel and Do I Need a Transmission Cooler
  • There are a couple of ways to obtain the maximum towing limits for your 1993 GMC 3500 Diesel. Towing information can typically be located in your owner's manual or by contacting a GM dealer and providing them with your VIN. You can also locate the GCWR found on a plate or sticker fixed to the door jamb of the driver's door of your vehicle. The gross combined weight rating (GCWR) is the maximum weight allowed for the truck, trailer, and all contents combined. When determining whether you can
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  • Where is the Transmission Return Line on a 2005 Honda Pilot for a Transmission Cooler
  • The transmission return line on your 2005 Honda Pilot can be located between the frame crosstube and the drivers side support bracket (see photo). The return line will be the line closest to the front of the vehicle. We installed Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler, # D13503, on a 2006 Honda Pilot. I attached the video for you to check out. The installation should be almost identical on your 2005 Pilot.
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  • Can a Supplemental Transmission Cooler be Installed on a 2007 GMC Sierra with Tow Package
  • Trucks like your 2007 GMC Sierra that have a factory tow package will normally have either an upgraded transmission cooler or one that is external from the radiator and is thus more efficient. If you do not have the type that is external then adding a supplemental cooler is still a good idea. Transmission fluid cannot be overcooled and keeping the fluid in the optimum operating range of 160 to 200 degrees F will help prolong the transmission life. The weight of the trailer is as much of a
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  • Installation of Derale Combination Trans/Oil Cooler # D15902 on 2009 Honda Odyssey EX
  • Fluid coolers like the Derale Combination Trans/Oil Cooler # D15902 are not vehicle-specific so you can install as large a cooler as you have space available for it. This particular dual-core cooler measures 17-inches wide x 12-1/2-inches tall x 3/4-inch deep. You can check within your engine compartment to verify that there is enough space for the cooler itself and for the connected hoses; it is important that the oil lines not have to make sharp turns that could interfere with the flow of flui
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  • Parts Needed to Mount a Transmission Cooler on a 1999 Toyota Camry
  • Derale Series 7000 Tube-Fin Cooler Core # D13317 is just a core, not a kit, so it does not include mounting hardware, hose, or fittings. The kits can be found in the link provided and do include all of these items. Since you already have the core though you will not need another kit. The kits include the following parts: Hose clamps, # D13008 Hose, # D13003 Universal mount kit, # D13001 Insta-Dapt fitting, # D13004 These are the parts you will need.
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2009 Chrysler Town and Country with 4.0 Liter Motor
  • The first thing I would do, if you think something might be wrong with the transmission, is have it looked over by a qualified mechanic or technician at a dealer. Automatic transmissions are complicated and expensive to replace so catching something early is definitely better than replacing a transmission later. A transmission has lines that run from it to the radiator and from the radiator back to the transmission. There is a cooler inside the radiator. The factory coolers are adequate at be
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  • Best Transmission Cooler for 2013 Ford F-150 Raptor Supercharged
  • If you are talking about replacing the factory cooler then I do not recommend that. I do recommend adding a supplemental cooler in line with the existing cooler though. Transmission fluid cannot be cooled too much so adding another cooler will provide better cooling that just swapping out one cooler for a larger one. Provided that you have the space available, you could install a bigger cooler to replace the one you have. Another option is to install a pan-cooler, # AFE46-70172, which fits
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  • Transmission and Power Steering Coolers for a 2006 Honda Pilot
  • When you see Class ratings for coolers it is supposed to match the Class of hitch. But you do not have to go by that since transmission fluid cannot be cooled too much. Because of this we recommend going with the largest cooler that will fit the available space in the engine compartment. For a transmission fluid cooler, the most popular option for the 2006 Honda Pilot is # D13503. This is rated as a Class III. To be at its most efficient the best place to mount it is directly behind the grill
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  • How to Determine the Return Lines for a Transmission Cooler on a 2000 Dodge Caravan
  • There were 3 possible transmissions that could be on your 2000 Dodge Caravan. The 41TE is a 4-speed and its return line is the one in the front of the transmission. The A31TH is a 3-speed and its return line is the one on the top of the transmission. There is another 3-speed, A670, but I cannot find the information on which line is its return line. If you are not sure which transmission you have you can start up the van, keep your foot on the brake, and shift into drive for about 15 secon
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 1985 Chevy G 30 Class C Motor Home with 5.7 Liter Engine
  • The most popular transmission cooler for the 1985 Chevy Van (G series) is # D13503 that you have referenced and it would be a good choice. Mounting it in front of the radiator is the second most efficient location, the most efficient being in front of the AC condenser core where it would get the most airflow whether the AC is working or not. I have included some links on transmission coolers showing a typical installation and more information in general. Given the size of your vehicle you may
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