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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 - 2011 Honda Odyssey
On our 2011 Honda Odyssey, we're going to show you Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit. Part #D12906. Before we install, let's go ahead and show you what components you get with the kit. This is the cooler itself. To give you an idea of dimensions, overall length, looking at 13 inches from this edge to this edge. The width here is going to be about just over 7 1/2 inches, to give you an idea of how much room you need to install on your vehicle. Counting 00:28 for the length of hose, they'll connect up to your existing lines on your van.
Derale Transmission Cooler Installation - 2009 GMC Yukon
Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon, we're going to show you haw to install the Derale series 8000 class four efficient plate fin transmission cooler kit with barb inlets, part number is D13504. At the beginning of our installation we're going to get this front bumper fascia area taken off. We've got one, two, three, four, five, and six bolts we'll take out. These require a ten millimeter socket. Now that we've got that loosened up we'll head around to the fender wells. In each fender we're going to have a seven millimeter bolt here at the top and here at the bottom. Then we've got a couple of push pin fasteners that we'll also have to take out. These take a seven millimeter socket.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2005 Jeep Liberty
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty we're going to review an install of the Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13502. Here's what our cooler will look like once it's installed. These coolers are typically installed when hauling heavy loads, or possibly even towing a heavy load, to keep the transmission temperature down to prevent the excessive heat-related transmission failures. The cooler itself is approximately 11" long, and 7" tall. It's about 1" thick, so it's compact enough that it'll fit here behind the manufacturer's grill in the air flow for optimum cooling. One of the really nice features about this cooler is it can be an add-on to a system that already has a manufacturer's cooler, or added to a system that doesn't have a cooler for additional protection for your transmission. Making it an ideal use, as in this application, for an add-on system.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2007 Nissan Murano
Today in our 2007 Nissan Murano we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler with Barb Inlets, part number D13503. We're going to go ahead and start out by removing this under-body panel right here. We have push fasteners here and a couple of Phillips head fasteners. Let's go ahead and take a flat blade screwdriver, get underneath the edge of the push fastener. If you have a trim panel removal tool that will also help you get underneath the fastener and pull it out. You just have to work from side to side until they loosen up. There are a couple of Phillips head fasteners here so we'll go ahead and just take a Phillips screwdriver and undo those. Some of them just like to come right out and some of them can put up a little fight. Just work your way across and remove them. Now let's go ahead and set this aside for re-installation later. Now, if you're able to turn your wheel in you'll have more access here to the inner fender well.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
Today in our 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan, we're going to review and install the Derale transmission cooler part number D13503. Now to begin our install, we're going to open up the hood. We need to remove the front fascia to gain access to a location to mount our transmission cooler. To remove the front fascia, we'll start here at the top, removing the 4 fasteners. The 2 on the outside will be screws, or bolts, and the 2 on the inside will be push-pin fasteners. We'll go ahead and remove the push-pin fasteners first using our flat blade screw driver, prying the center of the fastener up and then removing it.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2014 Nissan Frontier
Today on our 2014 Nissan Frontier we're going to install the Derale Series 8000 plate fin transmission cooler kit, part number D13502. Now to begin our install we're going to go ahead and remove the front grille. To remove the front grille we'll need to remove the multiple push pin fasteners that hold it in place. To remove the push pin fasteners we'll pry up on the center of the fastener and then remove it completely, just using a thin flat-bladed screwdriver. Now, behind the grille at the lower portion of it there are two more push pin fasteners, one on each corner. Go ahead and pry it free, then pull it out. Now with all our push pin fasteners removed, here along the bottom edge we just reach behind the front grille and gently pry it up on the six tabs to release them from the front bumper fascia.
Derale 8000 Plate Fin Transmission Cooler Installation - 2008 Ford Escape
Today on our 2008 Ford Escape, we'll be installing the Duralli Transmission Cooler, part number D13501. To begin our install, we've already gone ahead and opened up the hood and we'll need to remove the front grill. To remove the front grill, there are multiple fasteners. Starting here at the top, we'll remove the two fasteners. Then we can pull slightly back on the grill, and locate two additional screw fasteners that secure the lower portion of the grill to the front bumper fascia. Now, once we remove both screws, one on each side, we'll need to remove two nuts that go over screw studs built into the front grill. We'll go ahead and repeat the same process on the other side.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2006 Jeep Commander
Today on our 2006 Jeep Commander we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 plate-fin transmission cooler kit, part number D13503. Note, we'll be using the Derale snap-in radiator fitting to make our connection, part number D13035. Now let's go ahead and begin our install. First we'll need to gain access to the transmission cooler lines. To do this we're going to remove the front grill assembly. To remove the front grill assembly there are a total of six push pin fasteners across the top that will need to be removed. The remove the push pin fasteners we'll use our flat blade screwdriver to pry up in the center of the fastener and then remove the fastener completely.
Derale Series 9000 Transmission Cooler Installation - 2003 Chevrolet Avalanche
Today, in the Chevy Avalanche well be installing the Derale Series 9000 Plate-Fin Transmission Tool Kit, part number D13611. To begin our install, well first go ahead and open the hood. Then remove the three push-pin fasteners going across the top of the engine bay. To remove these fasteners well use our flat blade screw driver and pry out on the center of the fastener and then completely remove it. Next, using a plastic pry tool or a flatbed screwdriver, and begin working the front clip off as itll unlock the fasteners underneath. Starting on the corners first and then working our way towards the middle.
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