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Thread: 3.6L Oil Filter/Cooler Adaptor Housing Replacement

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    I just followed these instructions to replace my cooler and it went very smoothly. THANK YOU SO MUCH OP!

    Now to just figure out why my chime is going off nonstop and I have no heater. I know I used OAT coolant.

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    Got my parts ordered for this.


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    replacing mine today after work

    didn't see I could've ordered the newer version ( I have a 2013 JKU) but oh well it was $175 on Amazon

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    Found my coolant leak. IMG_3625.jpgIMG_3628.jpg
    Not sure if it cracked or wore somehow, but I’m glad it didn’t happen on a long drive or the trail.


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    My parts come in tomorrow. Will be doing this on Friday. It's so nice to have guides like this to refer to.

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    Just changed one on a Dodge Grand Caravan today. Pretty simple but pay attention to the torque specs in this write up. Everything is plastic and can warp pretty easily.


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    Coolant

    Is in really necessary to drain the radiator? Seems to me like coolant would only leak from the cooler assembly as it’s higher than the radiator and hoses. Thoughts?

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    Yea drain the rad from the petcock or lower hose so it doesnt flow out the holes into the oil hole into the block

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    Does anyone have the torque settings for putting the bolts back on? Also what kind of locktite?

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    I just did mine yesterday. Wasn’t all that hard. Just took about 3-4 hours.


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