Dodge Transmission Coolers
Improve towing performance and decrease wear on your Dodge with a transmission cooler. Push on fittings and three mounting positions allow an easy installation on your Dodge, while varying performance levels allow you to match the transmission cooler to your towing needs.
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Transmission Cooler Installation - 2007 Dodge Caravan
Today we will be working on a 2007 Dodge Caravan. We will be installing Derale part number D13501. Our first step before our installation is actually going to be removing the air dam here. We have a bunch of small plastic rivets that will have to be removed. Now we have five across the back to do. Our next step is going to be to remove the front clip of the vehicle. In order to do that, we have two screws on the inner fender well. I am going to go ahead and start on the passenger side. I am going to repeat the same process on the driver side. Across the top of the front clip I have a 10 millimeter bolt we are going to remove. We have a couple of push pins. We have two more attachment points to get our front clip removed. There is a bolt here that attaches to this fender well and there is a bolt here that attaches to this fender well. In order to access this one, we are going to remove the headlight bucket to get to it. We are just going to slip our headlight bucket up and out of the way. We will set it over here. You cans see here is our attachment point that we need to get to. Ok, there is one. Now we will get the one on the inner fender well. Before we remove the front clip we are going to go ahead and remove the fog lights. In order to do that, you actually just want to twist and pull. Now we are ready to remove the front clip. 1:41