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Derale 2-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 12-5/8" Wide

Derale 2-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 12-5/8" Wide

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12-5/8" Wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep, dual-pass, tube-fin heat exchanger improves the longevity and overall functioning of your vehicle's power steering system. High quality copper tubing with aluminum fins. Great Prices for the best power steering coolers from Derale. Derale 2-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 12-5/8" Wide part number D13200 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Derale Power Steering Coolers - D13200

  • Dual-Pass
  • With 11/32 Hose Barb Inlets
  • Cooler and Install Kit
  • Derale
  • 12-5/8W x 2-1/2T x 3/4D Inch

12-5/8" Wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep, dual-pass, tube-fin heat exchanger improves the longevity and overall functioning of your vehicle's power steering system. High quality copper tubing with aluminum fins.


Features:

  • Cuts back on heat-related pump failures
  • Extends the life of both pump and seal
  • Designed with copper tubing expanded into aluminum fins for maximum heat transfer
    • Copper is the best material for conducting the heat out of the fluid while aluminum is ideal for transferring and dissipating that heat
  • Provides protection during installation with extruded plastic fin guards
  • Includes rubber hose with stainless steel clamps and all necessary mounting hardware
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Inlets: 11/32" hose barb
  • Overall dimensions: 12-5/8" wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep
  • Core length: 10"
  • 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.

Dimensions

13200 Derale Tube-Fin Power Steering Heat Exchanger
Hayden Automotive # 1009

Installation Details D13200 Installation instructions



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Derale 2-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 12-5/8" Wide - D13200

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (10 Customer Reviews)

12-5/8" Wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep, dual-pass, tube-fin heat exchanger improves the longevity and overall functioning of your vehicle's power steering system. High quality copper tubing with aluminum fins.

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So far so good. Installed on a 2011 Honda Odyssey. Primary challenge was using the exsisting hard line/ flex line points on the OEM system. Best bet is to remove the passenger headlight assy.
My install looked great, then the light wouldn't fit back in. On second try I used more line to allow the bulk to loop further into the van's body and not behind the light. Works like a champ.
If I were to do it again, I would likely use a tube cutting kit and plumb this inline with the factory hard line instead of trying to reach the OEM connection points.




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So far so good. Just installed the cooler a couple days ago getting ready for a move trailing a full load for 1000mi.
Install guide and descriptions are very generic and therefore require a bit forethought and pre-work.
Will see how the product will hold up in the long run.
Shipping and transactions with etrailer have been excellent once again.


Comments
The product has been working fine and just as expected. Have not had any issues since the big haul last year.Definitely recommend this product for anyone in need of.
Georg H - 06/03/2014


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Transmission Cooler was as advertised and the how-to video made for an easy install on our 2006 Honda Pilot. Highly recommend etrailer.com for all your towing needs!




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Everything you need is in the box, good product quality (paint and material finish condition), easy to install.

With only two mounting points, this cooler rocked a bit and could potentially touch the radiator fins on my vehicle. I used some additional foam along the top and bottom edges to ensure it was securely mounted and to avoid hard contact with the radiator.




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Good easy install


Comments
how do i install it
-- comment by: - 06/04/2014



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It fit well, works as advertised and the price was competitive.




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received in a timely matter and was good quality




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Product arrived two days after ordering and was as described in online catalog.




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Great site and a great price. Arrived in a hurry. Would buy from them again!




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just installed quality for the buck



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    Yes, a power steering cooler like the Derale Cooler part # D13200 would be a great choice for your 2006 Chevy Impala if your current fluid is getting too hot and affecting how the power steering is performing. Coolers like this cut back on heat related pump failures and will extend the life of the pump.
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  • Can a Supplemental Power Steering Cooler Be Installed on a 2008 Honda Odyssey with Factory Cooler
    When installing a power steering cooler like # D13200 on a vehicle that has a factory power steering cooler, the best thing to do is install the supplemental cooler in line with the factory cooler. What you will do is find the return line from the factory cooler that leads back to the power steering pump. The factory return line will run to supplemental cooler # D13200 and then from there back to the pump. I have included a picture showing the direction of flow for you.
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  • Power Steering Cooler Replacement For 2000 GMC Sonoma
    You could replace the stock steering cooler in your 2000 GMC Sonoma with a Derale cooler. However, I recommend to make sure you are replacing it with one similar size to the OEM. The Derale 2-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 12-5/8" Wide part # D13200 will provide to most cooling because it is 12-5/8" wide x 2-1/2" tall x 3/4" deep. I have attached the installation instructions for your reference.
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  • Power Steering Cooler for 2006 Mazda 6
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  • Recommended Transmission and Power Steering Cooler for 2006 Honda Pilot
    The various coolers aren't vehicle specific. The most efficient spot to mount a cooler is directly behind the vehicle grille, in front of the radiator and the A/C condenser. Unless you continually run your vehicle in a very cold environment, you'll need to measure the amount of available space you have in this area, and choose the largest cooler that will fit. The # D13502, which measures 11 x 7-1/4 x 7/8 inch thick should work very well for you, assuming you have the available room....
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  • Recommended Transmission Fluid And Power Steering Cooler For 2010 Honda Odyssey
    When you want to install a transmission fluid cooler or power steering cooler, the most important thing to note is the location for best efficiency. The larger the cooler, the more efficient it will work. I have attached a drawing that shows the best place to mount a cooler on a vehicle. You want to measure to make sure you have room to mount any cooler you choose. The Derale Transmission Cooler, part # D13503, is a plate-fin cooler and measures 11 x 8-3/4 x 7/8 inches, and would do a...
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendations for 2002 Honda Odyssey
    The Derale # D13502 would be an excellent transmission cooler for your Odyssey. You'll want to check the area directly behind the grille, in front of the A/C condenser and radiator to ensure there's enough room to accommodate the 11 x 7-1/4 x 7/8 inch dimensions of the cooler. I'd recommend consulting your owner's manual, because for certain vehicles, Honda also recommends a power steering cooler, like part # D13200. I'll link you to some FAQ articles and an install video that you might...
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  • Recommendation and Installation of Power Steering Cooler on 2008 Honda Pilot
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a 3.7L V6
    Most towing packages will come with transmission coolers, I would recommend you just get one of those for now as most vehicle engines and power steering systems do not overheat when towing within the towing capacity listed for the vehicle. For a transmission cooler I would recommend you get the largest cooler that will fit in front of the radiator. You will need to measure the area in front of your radiator to see what would fit. I attached a page that has all of the recommended coolers...
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    First, if the parts you are looking at elsewhere are OEM or otherwise branded as Honda parts, that is why they cost what they do. Aftermarket parts are almost always at a lower cost. And Derale products like cooler # D13502 are quality parts that I, and several others here, use in our own vehicles. So it is good and true rather than too good to be true! I have included a link to a video showing a typical installation for you and a link to our FAQ article on transmission coolers. You could...
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    The choice of power steering cooler for your 2006 Chevy Impala will depend on the amount of room you will have to mount the heat exchanger on your vehicle. The power steering cooler will be installed inline with the power steering pump and the heat exchanger will need to be located in a position where it can get airflow to help cool the fluid. For your vehicle, I would recommend either the Derale 2-Pass Power Steering Cooler, # D13200, that you referenced which allows the fluid to pass...
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    A transmission cooler would be a great idea for you. Especially considering the mileage on your vehicle, the length of your trips with the trailer, and since your vehicle manufacturer recommends one. I attached an FAQ on transmission coolers for you to check out also. Basically, the cooler you keep the transmission fluid, the longer the life of your transmission will be. The same is true for your power steering pump. The Derale Dyna-Cool Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler # D12906 that you referenced...
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    If Honda recommends using a transmission cooler, it would be a good idea to follow that recommendation. I would not consider frequent towing without a transmission cooler. A transmission cooler is an inexpensive insurance policy that will extend the life of your transmission. An aftermarket cooler would work just fine for your application. We offer an aftermarket Derale Transmission Cooler, part # D13101 that would be a great choice for your Pilot. A power steering cooler like part #...
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    The choice of power steering cooler for your 2005 Honda Odyssey will depend on the amount of room you will have to mount the heat exchanger on your vehicle. The power steering cooler will be installed inline with the power steering pump and the heat exchanger will need to be located in a position where it can get airflow to help cool the fluid. Since you are installing a transmission cooler also, you will want to make sure you will have room for both the transmission cooler heat exchanger...
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    That is entirely possible and your vehicle owners manual may have that information. Or the best option would be to have an Acura dealer run the VIN on your 2005 MDX and they should be able to tell you how it is equipped. The most popular power steering cooler we have is # D13212. It is 8-1/8 inches wide, 5 inches tall, and 3/4 inches deep. If space is limited then # D13200 would be a better option. It is 12-5/8 inches wide, 2-1/2 inches tall, and 3/4 inches deep. I have linked the installation...
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    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...
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    If you are wanting to use coolers for your transmission oil, engine oil, and power steering fluid, I have some recommendations that will work for you. I recommend using a combo cooler for the transmission and oil cooler, and use a separate cooler for the power steering. I recommend using the combination system because it will take up less space under the hood of your vehicle. Since these are not fluid specific you can use a combo cooler for any combination of the fluids mentioned. Since...
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  • Transmission and Power Steering Cooler Options for a 2006 Honda Pilot Towing 1520 Pound Trailer
    It is always recommended to follow the instructions of the manufacturer, in this case Honda, but adding a transmission cooler and power steering cooler is always a good idea. When towing, the added weight puts more stress and strain on the transmission and power steering components. Adding coolers will extend the life of these components by keeping them at their optimum operating temperature. For your 2006 Honda Pilot and the trailer and ATVs you plan to carry, I recommend going with a...
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  • Recommended Power Steering Fluid Cooler And Transmission Cooler For 2008 Honda Odyssey
    Adding coolers like a power steering fluid cooler and a transmission fluid cooler will help prolong the life of those components. You will want to consider the location for the cooler you install. I have attached a drawing that shows the best locations for mounting the transmission cooler. For your 2008 Honda Odyssey the transmission cooler you referenced, part # D13502 would work well. This is a Class lll cooler and comes with the mounting kit, OEM spec hose along with stainless steel...
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  • Can Combination Cooler be Used to Cool Power Steering and Transmission Fluids on 2002 Honda Odyssey
    The Derale combination cooler # D15321 can be used to cool any two fluids you want; oil and transmission, oil and power steering, or transmission and power steering. If you use it to cool the engine oil then you will also need a remote oil cooler install kit, # D15751. If you do not have a lot of room to place a large combination cooler you can get separate coolers for the transmission and power steering pump. The most popular option for a transmission cooler for your 2003 Honda Odyssey...
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