TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
Transmission oil cooler consists of two units interconnected with coolant and hydraulic hoses. The
two units are mounted on a common bracket attached to engine flywheel housing.
Coolant may remain in transmission oil coolers even when cooling system has been drained. To
aid in removal, drain residual coolant from transmission oil coolers. Ensure suitable container is
positioned to catch draining transmission oil from disconnected hoses or components.
Tag hoses for installation.
Position suitable container under transmission oil coolers and remove two plugs (4).
Loosen hose clamps (2) and disconnect coolant hoses (1 and 3).
Loosen two hose clamps (6) and remove coolant hose (5).
Remove eight screws (7), two flanges (8), O-ring seals (9), and disconnect two hoses (14 and 15) from bottom of trans-
mission oil cooler lower unit (13). Discard O-ring seals.
Remove eight screws (7), two flanges (8), O-ring seals (9), and disconnect two hoses (10 and 15) from top of transmis-
sion oil cooler upper unit (12). Discard O-ring seals.
Loosen hose clamp (16) and disconnect water hose (11) from fitting (17).
Remove fitting (17) from transmission oil cooler upper unit (12).