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Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 9-1/8" Wide

Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 9-1/8" Wide

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9-1/8" Wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep, tube-and-fin heat exchanger will keep your vehicle's power steering system functioning at its best. All-aluminum construction. Lowest Prices for the best power steering coolers from Derale. Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 9-1/8" Wide part number D12213 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Derale Power Steering Coolers - D12213

  • Cooler and Install Kit
  • With 11/32 Hose Barb Inlets
  • Derale
  • 9-1/8W x 2-1/2T x 3/4D Inch

9-1/8" Wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep, tube-and-fin heat exchanger will keep your vehicle's power steering system functioning at its best. All-aluminum construction.


Features:

  • Cuts back on heat-related pump failures
  • Extends the life of both pump and seal
  • Constructed of durable aluminum
    • Thermal-conductive metal provides superior transfer of heat
  • Includes mounting hardware and OEM spec hose
  • Imported


Specs:

  • Inlets: 11/32" hose barb
  • Overall dimensions: 9-1/8" wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep
  • Core length: 5-7/8"
  • Distance between inlets: 1-1/4"
  • 1-Year warranty


Perhaps the simplest type of heat exchanger, the tube-fin effectively cools a variety of automotive systems. The concept is simple: Fluid cools as it travels through the core by transferring heat out to the fins. The fins then provide the surface area necessary for sufficient heat exchange to take place, allowing the heat pulled from the fluid to dissipate into the surrounding air. Quick, easy and effective.

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12213 Derale Dyno-Cool Aluminum Tube and Fin Power Steering Cooler with Installation Kit

Installation Details D12213 Installation instructions



Video of Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 9-1/8" Wide

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Derale Dyno-Cool Tube Fin Power Steering Cooler Installation - 2011 Honda Odyssey

Today on this 2011 Honda Odyssey we are going to show you the Derale Dyno Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler. Part number D12213. All right, these are the parts that you get with the Power Steering Cooler. We will go ahead and cover the parts and maybe a little bit of detail with it. First off, this is our cooler right here. Not much to it. Fluid goes through here and then the fins here absorb the heat and dissipate it and cools off the fluid going through.

You get a length of line, that will connect up to the existing lines on your vehicle from the power steering pump. We got 4 clamps that will connect here and here as well as our connection to the lines. We also got some of these ties here, which they actually go through the cooler like that. They hold it in place. On the back side, to keep it from rubbing on the component behind it, it has got these pads.

Once we have it installed, we got these other end of our ties and they work just like a zip-tie. It will take more time to get access to the location we need to install this, then actually putting it in place. To start off, we need to go ahead and remove this panel right here. It is separate from the intake right here. There is a series of fasteners we have to remove. We will just use this first one right here.

To remove the fastener, take a flat blade screw driver and in the slot here, put it in and twist it or pull up on it. Let's do the next one over here. This whole assembly simply pops out of the way. Lets just move that off to the side for now, and we will continue on removing this panel here. There is a series of fasteners that we have to remove from here on out, it should be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

The rest of these fasteners don't have a slot to work with, but they do have this edge right here all the way around. Let's take our screw driver, put it in, pop it up. If you can, a trim pan tool or a plastic pry bar works pretty good too. All right, we will go ahead and pop this panel up and out of the way. Next there will be two bolts we have to remove on top of the grill here. With a 10 mm socket we will do this one. Now we will go to the fender well here and remove these two fasteners. We are looking at the drivers side of the vehicle. We will use a Phillips head screw driver for this. We will repeat the same process over on the passenger side. Next up, we will go ahead and remove this plastic rivet here and these two bolts. The two bolts we will also us the 10 mm socket. Got it Done with our drivers side, one more time on the passenger side. Staying underneath the bottom of the bumper cover, we will go ahead and remove a series of fasteners. 1, 2, 3, 4 bolts with a 10 mm socket and 2 plastic fasteners. All right, now we can go ahead and remove the bumper cover. We will start at the fender well here. Pull it away from the vehicle, kind of loosen up from the bottom edge as well, it tends to stick together. Then just basically, this whole edge will unsnap. It kind of helps to work it in a circular motion, to pull it apart. I got this side loosened, I will do the same thing on the other side. It is a good idea to have an extra set of hands to help steady it while you work on one side, then the other. Once we have it loosened, we can go ahead and pull it away. We still need access to our transmission line, so next we will go ahead and remove this panel here. It goes across the bottom of the vehicle, and there is another series of plastic fasteners that we will remove as well as some more bolts that require a 10 mm socket. Lets start with these guys back here. There is one in the center here. Driver's side is done, we will go ahead and remove the plastic fasteners for the passenger side. Behind this edge right here, there are two more hiding. One here and one on the other side. Let's undo this bolt, one more on the other side and we can take it down. We will go ahead and do a quick overview of how we are going to install it. This will install in this general area right here. The line is going to go off to the side, then we will round them up to the power steering pump. This is our power steering pump right here. What we are going to do is actually disconnect this line, we are going to re-route it back to where the location of our power steering cooler will be. Then the new line that comes with the cooler, will actually go into our pump here, and then eventually back down to the cooler as well. Let's go ahead and install this first. We will go ahead and hook it up to our pump so we don't loose too much fluid, then we will just hold it up and out of the way so it won't leak any fluid out. Lets use some pliers, we will go ahead and take the clamp apart, we will slide it down a little bit. We will go ahead and pull it off. I am just going to put my finger over the end, for now. We will go ahead and take the clamp off, we will transfer that to our new line, for now, and we will slide this on to our power steering pump. Which you would think with all the fluid would be easier to slide on, but it is not. Once we have it in place, we will go ahead and put our original clamp back in it's location. Make sure you have enough of a line going past the barb, and we will be good to go. This is the original line we took off, so we are going to route that back down underneath the headlight and over to the radiator. Our line from the power steering pump is not going to be quite long with reach down to the radiator, we will go ahead and add some length to it, to reach our cooler. We will be using part number D123004, the Derale Insta-Dapt Radiator Adapter and the Derale Stainless Steel Hose Clamps. Part number D13008. We will need a short section of line from part number D13003. Here is our Insta-Dapt Adapter, hose clamps and a piece of our line. Put the hose clamp on the line and our adapter will go right into our line. We want you pass the barb, where we can put our clamp on, and we will tighten it down using a 1/4 inch nut driver. All right, this side of the line will go on to our pre-existing line from the power steering pump, and this end will go on to our cooler. So we just go ahead and slide these two together and put it into place. I will use some of the power steering fluid to help lubricate it and slide it into place. It doesn't matter what side of a cooler you use to install it. Get it past the barb fitting, enough to get a grip with with clamp and we will go ahead and tighten it down. To get past the little plastic here, we could cut it or in this case, we are going to use a 1 inch hole saw, to make a couple holes in it, and run our lines right through that. I think we will overlap our holes to make a little oval. Now since our line is right here, we just put a bolt in here to help slow down the leakage a little bit. You could take this and run it back up too, as long as you get above the reservoir for a power steering pump, it won't leak at all then either. We are almost ready to mount our cooler, however we need to loosen up this component right here because the ties that go though our cooler are going to go through here as well. There is a bolt here and here that we have to remove using a 10 mm socket, and then we can pull this component back. This will just give us the working room we need right here. We can reach down and work with the ties. Let's get our cooler ready. Let's go ahead and put our ties through. All right, now we have our pads, put the adhesive towards the cooler. Now we are ready to put it into place. Let's first run our line through our hole that we made here, and lets just let that sit outside here for now. Then, this line that we connected to the power steering pump, we will go ahead and run that down through the oval holes as well and then to our cooler. Try and do it where I don't leak it out all over the place. All right, I am just holding it up so it doesn't leak on me. I will have to cut a little bit off so it will work. We will go ahead and trim off the excess, which won't be too much. We will add our clamp and put it on to our cooler. We will just run our lines back through here, we will hook up to our cooler. Now if our line is hooked up, we can go ahead and put it into place. On the end of our ties, we will go ahead and install the caps, this kind of just works like a zip-tie. We just want to make sure it is tight, but you don't have to crush it. We will cut off our excess tie. Our next two . Our last two lines, we will connect these two together. Remember this is our line that used to come from our power steering pump, we will go ahead and connect these in. At this point, all of our connections are made, now we can go ahead and refill the power steering pump with fluid and we will go ahead and turn on the engine, run it for a while, and check for leaks. I have everything hooked up, now will be a good time to go ahead and use some zip-ties to go ahead and keep the lines from moving around anymore than they have to. We will cut off the excess. Let's go ahead and re-secure this. At this point we can go ahead and re-install our bumper cover and basically we are going to follow a reverse order of taking it off. With that, that will finish it for the Derale Dyno Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler. Part number D12213. On this 2011 Honda Odyssey.


Customer Reviews

Derale Dyno-Cool Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 9-1/8" Wide - D12213

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (91 Customer Reviews)

9-1/8" Wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep, tube-and-fin heat exchanger will keep your vehicle's power steering system functioning at its best. All-aluminum construction.

- D12213
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Fast shipping and the best customer service. Looking forward to getting the coolers attached and will add some pictures. 628785



- D12213
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Excellent product. Fast shipping! 277139



- D12213
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Everything seemed good with this kit. They aren't kidding about the tight hoses- they are tough to get much past the barb...but they do have to be tight to stay leak-less. 196418



- D12213
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great product easy to install - put it in my 66 mustang as a power assist steering cooler 157550



- D12213
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I was amazed at how quickly I received the fluid cooler I ordered and how well packaged it was. Good job etrailer. 25739



- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Works great thanks mine got a hole in it and i replaced it with this one. 130315


Comments
Best thing iv ever invested in an at a great price
Ron - 05/13/2015

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- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


This product is great and installation was not bad at all. Only issue I had was that the GM radiator adaptor should come with this unit when you purchase it for a GM truck. Not as an add-on. Thought I could get it at GM but no go. I Had to work with hoses over 30 min to get them over the fittings even with trans. fluid on the hose and male fitting. So far it looks like trans temp has dropped 30 dg. 134485



- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Ive got a 1999 4runner that had the unfortunate luck of having the integrated transmission cooler line rupture inside my radiator. needless to say, the transmission didnt agree very well with having engine coolant running through it and finally died out on me. I bought this transmission cooler to isolate the transmission and the engine cooling systems. The cooler arrived a day ahead of schedule, which is always a bonus. I didnt rate it at 5 stars because I havent had a chance to install it yet and see how it performs, but judging by the reviews that I have read so far, the customer service provided and the prompt delivery, I would say that this transmission cooler will keep my truck running for a good long while. Everything pictured arrived in the box and I have no doubt that it will perform as expected. I will definitely recommend this product and this company to my friends! 30988



- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


I ordered this cooler for my daughter's 2012 Nissan Rogue to fix CVT transmission heating up causing it to into limp mode. When I got ready to install, I found there was no place to connect the hoses to the transmission. The vehicle only had the direct "bee hive" cooler. Install was delayed while waiting to get a "4 tube bee hive" from a different supplier for an additional $114. 551625



- D12901
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Two cars, two transmissions radiators, very good product from etrailer.com Thank you ! 128472



- D12904
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


works well, wouldn't buy one any smaller than this one. 529302


Comments
No issues, good product, thanks etrailer.
Doug - 07/02/2019

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- D12903
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Just got it in the mail the other day. Fast shipping, never have had an issue. Having it installed right now. Feels like it is well constructed and should do the job. We shall see what happens. 18179


Comments
What is the rated towing weight for a 1999 Honda CR-V? Does a trannie cooler install fairly easily on the Honda CR-Vs? What is the most effective mounting location for the finned cooler? How does the addition of a trannie cooler effect the volume of fluid and fluid level reading on the dip stick? Thanks for your time and expertise.
-- comment by: Robb B - 10/22/2013

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The towing capacity question is a loaded one. For that, I would refer back to the owners manual. It can vary depending on engine, transmission, drive configuration and more. Furthermore, Honda has some very specific guidelines regarding towing so it's best to defer to them. Installing a trans cooler on a full size truck can be easier because of the extra space, but it is not particularly difficult on any vehicle. We actually have a video of a cooler being installed on a 2006 C-V. We remove the front bumper cover for the video, but you may find you do not need to. (See link). The most effective location will be in front of both the radiator and the A/C condenser. As you move behind each cooling device, the efficiency diminishes. We put ours in front of everything on the 2006 in the video. For fluid capacity, plan on an extra 1/2 quart. Depending on cooler size and construction, it will vary some, but 1/2 qt. is a good rule of thumb.

-- Patrick B - 10/23/2013


- D12904
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Super easy install. With the installation video on Youtube it took out any of the guess work. The hose could stand to be about 3" - 5" longer if you are going to center in the A frame of an older chevy grill (I have an 06 Avalanche. I had to offset to the passenger side to use the supplied hoses) But, you can get a longer hose easy enough. Just ran over the pass and back and no leaks. Looks good so far! 377410



- D16908
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Great staff great products grade A service from customer service will definitely order from etrailer again 26560


Comments
Hi I need to know at what temp. is exactly activated Thanks
-- comment by: LIVIU - 08/09/2013

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This fan does not include a thermostat system. It can be wired into the original electrical system and will then operate according to the thermostat system in the vehicle. It can also be wired to an on/off switch but that is usually only done if off-road and race applications. We have plenty of thermostat options, sold separately, for determining the temperature at which the fan kicks on. For example, part D16735 kicks on at 180 degrees and shuts off at 165 degrees. Part D16759 is an adjustable thermostat system. Turn-on temperate can be set any where between 150 and 240 degrees. The turn-off temperature will always be 10 degrees less than the turn-on temperature.

-- Patrick B - 8/9/2013


- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Very easy install, absolutely no leaks anywhere in the system after putting it into service. I did have to get additional hose for the install due to the location I chose for the cooler (personal preference). I centered it on the bumper side of the radiator to provide the best air flow. Remember to get a quart of transmission fluid to accomodate the larger system volume after the install. I took my grill off to provide the most room for putting the cooler in rather than trying to wedge it between the radiator and grill, made install the nylon fasteners through the radiator and cooler much easier. Should last for many years. 61081



- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


After one of use on a 2005 Honda Pilot, everything is holding up just fine. The one star less is because of the difficulty in installing it on this particular vehicle. Although this is a universal component, it is MUCH easier to install on pickup trucks. Best of luck with a brand new rubber hose going on with any sort of ease. 521316


Comments
Our installers typically use some transmission fluid to make installing the rubber hose on the Insta-dapt fitting easier.
-- Rachael H - 06/13/2018

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- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


I purchased this for my C6 Corvette A6 transmission. I did, however, bypass the radiator and only use the transmission cooler for the C6. I purchased and used the Derale Radiator Adapter fitting 259-13035 for both the top and bottom and just capped them off to keep debris out of the reservoir. I also had to make some custom mounting brackets. This is an excellent product and it keeps the tranny in a great temperature range. 552474



- D12901
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


I installed this cooler on a 2001 odyessey to help prevent a future trans failure.It was delivered quickly when promised,came with everything I needed for installation and had no problems.Overall a good product I would recommend this to anyone. I am also very happy with etrailer.coms service and selection and would definitly use them again. 14807



- D12902
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Worked great, was able to travel safely putting my minivan to work. Simple install with great instructions. Will extend the life and increase the value of your vehicle! 800997



- D12903
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


works great for a simple upgrade. 794154



- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


We installed a tow package on our Ford Flex. The transmission cooler was challenging, but everything else went smoothly. The product works perfectly. 776534



- D12906
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


The part itself was easy to install and it does what it is designed to do. Only trouble with installation was with the vehicle, I had to remove part of the front cover on my 09' Avalanche to get to it. Also, I wish I had bought a black one to blend in with the rest of the radiator. 705491



- D12903
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Lacked one connector for my application. 671824



- D12903
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


It appears that my transmission temp dropped about 40-60° adding this cooler. The hose was pretty hard to attach to the cooler, even with lubrication. The hose was also to small for my vehicle so I had to source other parts to make it work. I installed it on a 2017 explorer. 661750



- D12733
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Review from a similar Dyno-Cool in Power Steering Coolers


Installed this in a 2017 Honda Ridgeline. Mounted it above the factory cooler that was already in the truck. (Flat fin side towards the a/c condenser). I used the insta-mount zip tie kit and also the flex metal mounts to anchor the cooler to the top of the factory cooler bracket as close to the a/c condenser as possible. The vertical bracket (part of the truck) that runs right down the middle of the a/c condenser has to be cut. All fairly minor fabrication. Hack saw and hand drill stuff. The fan has to be reversed to become a pusher. Followed the hood release cable from the interior to run 12 volts to power the fan on at ignition. Haven’t hooked the trailer up yet so I don’t know if this will resolve the hot tranny situation. ( I could smell the tranny getting hot before especially when we stopped at lights). Change your fluid too. etrailer delivered quickly and the cooler was well boxed and untouched. 656607


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