OIL COOLER - (CONTINUED)
The use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required when using or handling hazardous
materials associated with operating and maintaining equipment (jet fuel, hydraulic luid, brake
luid, ethylene glycol, cleaning solvents, compressed air, and engine/axle oil). Failure to use
PPE when handling these materials could result in injury or death.
Cap and plug hoses and itting during the removal process.
Note orientation of ittings during removal to aid in the reinstallation process.
Figure 1 illustrates the oil cooler mounted in the engine power pack cradle. Removal and
installation is accomplished with power pack assembly in the vehicle.
Place a drip pan under the oil cooler hoses.
Remove hose (Figure 1, Item 1) from itting (Figure 1, Item 2).
Remove hose (Figure 1, Item 5) from itting (Figure 1, Item 2).
Store hoses out of the way.
Remove 2 lower cooler mounts (Figure 1, Item 11).
Position a mechanic under the vehicle supporting the oil cooler assembly.
Keep oil cooler upright or in a drip pan during disassembly to prevent draining improperly.
Remove 2 upper cooler mounts (Figure 1, Item 11) and remove the oil cooler from the vehicle.
Remove 2 ittings (Figure 1, Item 2 and 3) as an assembly (for reinstallation).
All four mount assemblies are removed using the same process
Remove 4 nuts (Figure 1, Item 7).
Remove 4 lock washers (Figure 1, Item 8).
Remove 4 lat washers (Figure 1, Item 6).
Remove 4 rubber vibration mounts (Figure 1, Item 10).
Remove 4 bolts (Figure 1, Item 9).
Remove cooler from bracket.
Drain old oil cooler and dispose of properly.
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