GM Engine Oil Cooler Assembly, Duramax | 2001 - 2010


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Engine Oil Cooler Assembly, Duramax | 2001 - 2010
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Duramax Engine Oil Cooler Assembly 
This direct replacement, Duramax engine oil cooler assembly is the perfect fix for a failing or bad oil cooler. Designed to be an OEM spec replacement for LB7, LLY, & LBZ engines, this assembly can have your Duramax truck performing at its best again. 

This assembly is made from high-quality aluminum and features OEM-style hardware for factory-like performance. This makes it ideal for replacing on factory trucks where performance oil coolers are not needed. Finish up your install with an oil cooler install kit for a quick and easy replacement. 

While the engine cooler is not a component that goes bad often, it should always be replaced after a catastrophic failure. If metal has been pushed through your engine, it can accumulate in the oil cooler. Since these oil coolers have a stack plate design, it is nearly impossible to clean out any metal debris. 

An easy way to test the oil cooler is to remove the oil filter and pressure test the cooling system. Any air escaping from the area on the area where the oil filter screws on is an indication of it leaking internally. This should be replaced. 

  •  Direct Replacement 
  • OEM Like Fitment 
  • Easy Installation 
  • All Aluminum Construction 
  • OEM Style Hardware 
  • Ready To Accept Install Kit 
Kit Includes 
  • Engine Oil Cooler 
Symptoms Of Bad Or Failing Or Bad Duramax Oil Cooler 
The oil cooler on your Duramax is a vital component of your Duramax Diesel engine’s oil system. When these fail, they can cause catastrophic damage to your Duramax diesel, leaving you with a hefty repair bill. Replacing your failing or bad oil cooler should be done anytime you notice the following symptoms: 
  • Oil Leaking From Cooler Area 
  • Coolant Leaking From Cooler Area Oil Leaking Into Cooling System 
  • Coolant Leaking Into The Oil System 
 While these symptoms can mean other problems on your Duramax, it is always a good idea to test the cooler and inspect the oil system for any signs of metal or coolant.

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