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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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Flex-a-lite Translife Direct Fit Transmission Cooler Installation - 2008 GMC Yukon
Today on our 2008 GMC Yukon Denali, were going to take a look at and show you how to install the Flex-a-lite Translife Direct-fit Transmission Cooler. This is a Class 3 Tube and Fin style cooler with barbed fittings. This part number is FLX4118GMT. All right. Now, heres a good comparison look of our aftermarket cooler versus our factory cooler. As you can see our factory cooler does a decent job of helping to cool the transmission, but this is just better.
Flex-a-lite Translife Transmission Cooler Installation - 2014 Kia Sorento
Today, on our 2014 Kia Sorento, we'll be installing the Flex-a-lite Translife transmission cooler, part number FLX4116. Now, this transmission cooler will help extend the life of our transmission by reducing transmission temperatures during extreme driving conditions, such as towing a heavy trailer, or if you're driving in mountainous terrain. You can see how nice and tucked up out of the way our transmission cooler is. It doesn't stick out too far. You can barely notice it behind the grill. Here's what our transmission cooler comes with. We have our transmission cooler here.
Derale Transmission Coolers D12902 Review
Today we're going to take a look at the Derale Dyna-Cool Tube Fin transmission cooler kit. Now this kit will improve functioning and overall performance of your transmission. Basically, the fluid will cool as it travels through this core by transferring the heat out to the fins and then the fins will provide the surface area that's necessary for the sufficient heat exchange to take place, allowing the heat pulled from the fluid in the tubes to dissipate in to the air. It's a very quick, easy and effective way to cool your transmission. Now this will extend the life of your transmission and prolong its period between necessary fluid changes and it'll also cut down on heat related failures. The other nice thing is, inside the tubes where the fluid is flowing, they do have a built in embossed turbulator and what that does is it'll agitate the fluid as it goes through those tubes, for more efficient cooling.
Derale Transmission Coolers D12901 Review
Today, we're going to take a Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit. This part will improve functioning and overall performance of your transmission. The fluid will cool as it travels through this core by transferring the heat out to the fins. Then the fins will provide the nice surface area necessary for this sufficient heat exchange to take place. It allows the heat to be pulled from the fluid to dissipate into the air. It's a very quick, easy, and effective way to cool your transmission.
Transmission Cooler Installation - 2011 Honda Odyssey
Male: Today in our 2011 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Derale Series 8000 plate-fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13503. On this Odyssey we've got the transmission cooler installed right behind the fascia here. What this cooler is going to do is help to cool the transmission fluid even more to keep lower operating temperatures for the transmission even when towing or hauling heavy loads up a hill. The reason that you want lower transmission temperatures is because that's going to help to prolong the life of the transmission and those internals that wear down. It's going to take them longer to do that because they don't get as hot. Now, let's show you how to install this cooler. Here's everything that's going to come with the kit. You've got the cooler, then you've got your hose that you'll use to connect to it. Then here you've got a fitting to link your hoses, 4 hose clamps.
Derale Dyno-Cool Transmission Cooler Kit Installation - 2008 Honda Odyssey
Today on our 2008 Honda Odyssey we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Derali Dyna-Cool Tube Fin Transmission Cooler kit, part number D12902. What this cooler does is it's designed to help the existing cooler that's on the vehicle in order to keep the transmission temperatures down, so whether you're looking for something to help prolong the life of your transmission or if you're looking for something to keep those temperatures cool when you're hauling something behind the vehicle, this is going to do a really good job of helping with that. As you can see, it doesn't add a whole lot to the front of the existing coolers on the vehicle. With the aluminum that it's made of, it gives it a nice finish. If you're able to see it, it definitely still gives it a nice clean look. Our customers really seems to like this cooler because they say it does a good job of keeping the transmission temperatures down, and it's also fairly easy to install. Here's where it hooks up into the existing cooler. We took the return line off, the one going back to the transmission, then we connected a hose from the cooler to send that already cooled transmission fluid coming out of the factory cooler up into the new Derale cooler to cool it down even further before sending it back through that return line into the transmission. Let's go ahead and show you how to install it.
Flex-a-lite Translife Transmission Cooler Kit Installation - 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan
Today on our 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan, we're going to be showing you how to install the Flex A Lite Trans Light. This is a class 4 transmission cooler with barbed fittings, measuring 7.5 inches by 20 inches. Part number is FLX4120. The transmission cooler really is going to do a great job of providing extra life for the transmission. It puts cooler fluid back in it so it's going to operate at a lower temperature. The van has a factory transmission cooler so we're able to take full advantage of that, run directly into our after market cooler just for that additional cooling effect. Mounting this is a simple process.
Derale Transmission Coolers D13107 Review
Today we're going to take a look at the Derale Series 7000 Transmission Cooler Kit with the hose barb inlets and a class three rating. This cooler will improve the functioning and overall performance of your transmission. It extends the life of the transmission, and it will prolong periods between necessary fluid changes. It does cut down on heat related failures. Inside the tubings on this has built in turbulators that will agitate the fluid and give you more efficient cooling. It is designed with copper tubing expanded into the aluminum fins for maximum heat transfer. Basically, the copper tubing is your best material for conducting the heat out of the fluid, while the aluminum is ideal for transferring and dissipating that heat. It is protected from possible damage during installation by these plastic fin guards right here that keep you from damaging the fins when installing it, and it has a nice powder coat finish over the whole cooler.
Flex-a-lite Transmission Coolers FLX45951 Review
Today, we're going to take a look at the Flex-a-lite Shrouded Heavy-Duty Remote Oil Cooler and Electric Fan, has a Class 5 rating. Now, this Flex-a-lite Shrouded Remote Mount Oil Cooler will provide transmission or engine oil cooling when there is enough space to mount a cooler on the radiator. It's used when the engine is prone to overheating from towing, operating the vehicle in high climates, high speeds or slow speed off-roading. The shrouded version, shrouded fan version here, is for increased airflow, has a built-in electronic thermostat right here. The 1P shroud acts as a wind tunnel, helps center the air flow over the radiator core. The adjustable thermostat right here starts the fan at a specified temperature, usually between 180 or 240 degrees, and because of that, it'll save energy by only running the fan when needed, and it allows the engine to quickly warm up, because the fan does not engage until the set temperature is reached. The brass, or the copper tubing on this is a 5/8" diameter copper tubing.
Frequently Asked Questions About Transmission Coolers