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Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 8-1/8" Wide

Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 8-1/8" Wide

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  • 8-1/8W x 5T x 3/4D Inch
  • With 11/32 Hose Barb Inlets
8-1/8" Wide x 5" tall x 3/4" deep, four-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. Lowest Prices for the best power steering coolers from Derale. Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 8-1/8" Wide part number D13212 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Derale Power Steering Coolers - D13212

8-1/8" Wide x 5" tall x 3/4" deep, four-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 4' of 11/32" rubber hose with 4 stainless steel clamps and all necessary mounting hardware
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Inlets: 11/32" hose barb
  • Overall dimensions: 8-1/8" wide x 5" tall x 3/4" deep
  • Core length: 5-1/4"
  • Distance between inlets: 3-3/4"
  • 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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13212 Derale Tube-Fin Power Steering Heat Exchanger



D13212 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details D13212 Installation instructions



Video of Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 8-1/8" Wide


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




Video Transcript for Derale 4 Pass Tube Fin Power Steering Cooler Installation - 2006 Honda Pilot

Today on our 2006 Honda Pilot, we'll be installing the Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler, part number D13212. To begin our install, we've already gone ahead and removed the front fascia, and we're ready to start installing the new cooler. To begin installing the new cooler, we'll go ahead and take the hose provided with the cooler and slide it onto one of our inlets. There's no direction to this cooler, so it doesn't matter which side install the hose onto. Once we have the hose onto the inlet, we'll take the clamp, slide it up into position, and tighten it down. Next I'm going to take the other side of the hose and slide it onto the other side of our cooler and secure it with the hose clamp provided. Now with our hose on the cooler, we need to set the cooler in place. We're going to attach the cooler directly to the front AC condenser here behind the manufacturer's power steering cooler line.

To secure the cooler to the AC condenser, we'll use the push rod clips and pins, pushing it through the new cooler, through the condenser, then through the radiator, and securing on the backside with the clip. Note: To protect the fins of the radiator, before we install the clip we'll insert the foam pad provided with the install kit and secure the pad between the clip and the radiator. Once we have it secured, we'll cut off the excess from the pin and repeat the same process for our second attachment point. Note: We'll use our push rod on a cross diagonal, so one may end up behind the radiator fan and can be difficult to see. Now let's move back to the new cooler. We'll go ahead and take our hose that we installed onto the cooler and cut to length. We'll need enough length on one side that it will run up to the power steering reservoir and the other side we're going run directly to the manufacturer's cooler line.

Once we have our cut made, let's go ahead and remove the hose from the cooler lines. We'll loosen the clamp, slide it out of the way. We can then go ahead and remove the line that runs from the cooler up to the reservoir. Note: As you remove this line, it will be full of fluid. We're go ahead and put our thumb over it and prep the new hose before we remove it using a little spray lubricant, making it easier to install onto the manufacturer's line. Once in place, we'll again take the clamp provided and secure the new hose to the manufacturer's line.

We'll then follow the manufacturer's hose that we removed from the line up to the reservoir and remove it. We can reuse the manufacturer's hold-downs for the new hose as we route it up to the cooler, cut it to length, slide our clamp onto the new hose, and then the new hose onto the reservoir. Once in place, we'll go ahead and tighten it down. Just like that, we've gone ahead and installed and secured the cooler, the new hose, and we'll top off our fluid as necessary. Now we can go ahead and reinstall the front fascia, resecuring with the manufacturer's fasteners. Note: If your vehicle's equipped with front fog lights, make sure you reconnect them. Just like that, we've completed the install of the Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler, part number D13212, on our 2006 Honda Pilot. .


Customer Reviews

Derale 4-Pass Tube-Fin Power Steering Cooler - 8-1/8" Wide - D13212

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)

8-1/8" Wide x 5" tall x 3/4" deep, four-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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The coolers were well made and easy to install. They are working well. 293587


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Still working well. Very worthwhile product.

steve j - 09/11/2017

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After researching the correct part for my application, etrailer had the best price. Ordering was easy and the parts arrived in 3 days. 134321



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Great products and even better instructional videos 489100



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I bought the PS cooler for my Honda Odyssey so I could tow a trailer without voiding the warranty. While towing, you are usually required to turn off your overdrive. This makes the engine spin a little faster and increase the heat of the PS fluid. I was able to tow a small 4x8 uhaul trailer from Denver to San Diego without any problems. I also installed a "plate/ fin" transmission cooler from the 8000 series I believe. Towing a trailer can really add a lot of heat to your trans so this is a must too. I really must say I like the videos you post on YouTube to help installation. I watched them to the point I had them memorized! It's a tricky and tight job but something a good backyard mechanic can handle. I also bought my trailer hitch from Etrailer. Everything worked perfectly. One suggestion is to buy two packages of the trans cooler hose because it can be tough to find out in town if you need a little more. I highly recommend this setup and Etrailer is great to deal with. 444167


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Everything is still working as originally installed. No leaks or loosening of the tie down straps detected. My complaint would be with Honda for not installing both coolers as original equipment. The Honda PS cooler is completely inadequate for towing. It actually is just a piece of tubing in the airflow in front of the radiator. The Honda front end is a very tight package so you need a nice clean garage where you can take everything apart and not be rushed. Watch those videos too before beginning the project

Scott P - 10/19/2018

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I installed this on my 2007 Honda Pilot and it worked great. No problems at all with install. Be sure and watch the e Trailer video on the installation. 425954



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Great product, great price. Still good after a year, have made many more orders from etrailer since. High quality, great price and fast shipping and easy to follow videos and instructions. What more can you ask for? 417656



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Arrived in great shape! Had dealer install it along with Transmission cooler. Took about 4 hours for dealer to install both coolers, so thankful I didn't try to do it on my own. 387636



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A year later, the PS cooler still works great on my 2006 Honda Pilot. 369015



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So far this has been excellent.. only thing I don't like is the design for mounting.. they expect you to mount it to the radiator with a special type of zip tie.. mine have held on but what if you need to replace your radiator? 358136


Comments

Still working perfectly

Mike - 03/24/2018

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Easy install, better than OEM cooler. 295906



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This went in relatively easy. I had to buy larger hose to connect to the car, as the hose that came with it was too small to connect in the car. I've had this in for over a year, and have towed twice in that time, no problems at all. 273267



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Installed today on 2007 Honda Odyssey. Went OK, not great. Removed top panel, bottom splash guard, and grill, but left bumper and bumper cover on and that seemed to work just fine and saved me some time. These zip rods are a pain and it only came with 2? Needs at least 3. Its square. How are just two suppose to secure this thing sufficiently? I had to add my own regular zip ties. But, even worse, the kit doesn't come with enough hose. I know its a universal kit, but how much would it raise the price to include a couple extra feet of line? Now, I have to go find some more line at a local store and pay the brick and mortar premium. The factory line from the ps res isn't long enough to bend 180 and run back out to this cooler. disappointing, but really not the fault of the product I guess since its a universal kit. Now, for the real test- towing to the max 3500lbs for a two month, 4000 miles road trip. if I still have a working ps pump after that, I will give it the 5 stars. 251260



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I've had this part installed in my van for about a year and it worked out just fine. It was easy to install too, the videos from the website were helpful. I would recommend these products to anyone.... 243562



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Exactly what I expected. 178052



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Easy install. Your videos were a big he lp. 144229



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good deal, fast 131551



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2009 Honda Odyssey 1. High quality Good Year hose and decent real hose clamps 2. I'm not a fan of "through the condensor-rad zap straps"; I made up aluminum brackets and mounted the tranny cooler and power steering cooler with 1/4" bolts (nylock nuts) to the bumper so it was about 1/2" from condensor. 3. Hose size matched Honda factory size perfectly. Hoses were a tight fit, so I used pliers to rotate oiled hose back and forth over the nipple while I pushed very hard. 4. power steering cooler: NO mounts so I used 3 insulated wire clamps clamped over the tubing to mount it to an aluminum U-shaped-bracket. I cut the pwr steering factory line, flared the end and used the factory hose with a formed 90° bend into the top of the pwr strg cooler. I later (not in pic) used more aluminum to move pwr strg cooler back closer to condensor. The plastic end caps you mounted on the power steering cooler seemed flimsy and loose. I am confident I will have a reliable journey through Yosemite, Death Valley and Tahoe over the next 2 weeks. Thank you. 92357



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Installation went well. good product 67559



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have not installed yet but customer service and shipping time was excellent. 39636


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