3-8. ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, AND POWER STEERING OIL COOLER ASSEMBLY
This task covers:
c. Cleaning and Inspection
Do not drain oil when engine is hot. Severe injury to personnel
Cover or plug all hoses and connections immediately after
disconnection to prevent contamination. Remove all covers or
plugs prior to connection.
Do not bend transmission oil cooler fins. Damaged fins reduce
cooling efficiency, which may damage engine and/or
Have drainage container ready to catch oil.
Tag all hoses for installation.
Disconnect two engine oil cooler supply and return lines (15) from engine oil cooler ports (11).
Loosen two hose clamps (2) and disconnect transmission fluid cooler line connector hoses (1) from
transmission fluid cooler ports (3).
Loosen two hose clamps (13) and disconnect power steering fluid line hoses (12) from power
steering fluid cooler ports (14).
Remove four socket-head screws (7) and oil cooler (16) from radiator (17).
Perform steps 5 through 7 if vehicle is equipped with radiator
Remove two capscrews (4), washers (5), and support bracket (6) from oil cooler (16).
Remove capscrew (8), washer (9), clip (10), and spacer (10.1) from oil cooler (16).
Remove four capscrews (20), washers (19), and two hinges (18) from oil cooler (16).
General mechanics tool kit:
automotive (Appendix B, Item 1)
Maintenance and repair shop equipment:
automotive (Appendix B, Item 2)
Engine left splash shield removed (para. 10-23).
Headlight housing removed (para. 10-18).
General Safety Instructions
Do not drain oil when engine is hot.
Compressed air used for cleaning purposes will
not exceed 30 psi (207 kPa).