Why is my T/M cooler covered in oil and dirt? XR4150HC

   / Why is my T/M cooler covered in oil and dirt? XR4150HC
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It's available from LS or New Holland dealers. Here's a link for CNH: COOLER | #MT40323120 | MSC-INTERCOOLER PTS | Misc Engines, Cooling & Exhaust | Engines, Cooling & Exhaust | Category | New Holland AG | MyCNHi US Store. My LS dealer quoted a price of $128, so I thought I was going to save a couple of bucks. However, after shipping and taxes, it was still $160.

The thing that changed between the two part numbers is the bracket on the side, not the cooler itself. You have to disconnect the hoses from the right angle adapters first. It's one of those deals where there's no space and you have to turn the nut 3 degrees over and over and over again. I had to remove the flange on the left side of the radiator after removing the coolant reservoir to have room to pull it out. You'll need to take off the right angle adapters and move them to the new unit. They use a compressible o-ring to seal on the cooler.

BTW, my dealer checked with LS who denied warranty coverage.
 

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   / Why is my T/M cooler covered in oil and dirt? XR4150HC #22  
It's available from LS or New Holland dealers. Here's a link for CNH: COOLER | #MT40323120 | MSC-INTERCOOLER PTS | Misc Engines, Cooling & Exhaust | Engines, Cooling & Exhaust | Category | New Holland AG | MyCNHi US Store. My LS dealer quoted a price of $128, so I thought I was going to save a couple of bucks. However, after shipping and taxes, it was still $160.

The thing that changed between the two part numbers is the bracket on the side, not the cooler itself. You have to disconnect the hoses from the right angle adapters first. It's one of those deals where there's no space and you have to turn the nut 3 degrees over and over and over again. I had to remove the flange on the left side of the radiator after removing the coolant reservoir to have room to pull it out. You'll need to take off the right angle adapters and move them to the new unit. They use a compressible o-ring to seal on the cooler.

BTW, my dealer checked with LS who denied warranty coverage.
Thank you for the help!
 
 
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