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well I just looked at mine...due to a trannie leak I am trying to sort out... I was running a plate fin cooler in front of the electric fan side of the radiator I was going to fit a 6 stack tube and fin cooler but when I pulled everything out the plate fin cooler was fine not blocked or damaged so I put it back in in front of the clutch fan extended the hoses put it on its side so the hoses enter and exit on the side rather than underneath like before no airlocks I have read
will see how this goes ......................
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well I just looked at mine...due to a trannie leak I am trying to sort out... I was running a plate fin cooler in front of the electric fan side of the radiator I was going to fit a 6 stack tube and fin cooler but when I pulled everything out the plate fin cooler was fine not blocked or damaged so I put it back in in front of the clutch fan extended the hoses put it on its side so the hoses enter and exit on the side rather than underneath like before no airlocks I have read
will see how this goes ......................
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I run my plate cooler on its side in front of the clutch fan. Just remember in at the bottom, out at the top.
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rustynuts you saved ME!.......after reading your post last night it kept waking me up all night are my hoses correct? I went and checked them today and I was going in at the top mine already had a cooler on it and the radiator was already bypassed ............anyway while underneath looking for the Out hose (Top Front)...return is further back lower and into the sump....I noticed some wires just starting to kiss the exhaust pipe....gearbox wires that would of been fun when they melted out on the road somewhere ....so THANKS rustynuts for making me go check the hoses.............
Phew! Disaster averted.......
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Hey all, does anyone, by any chance know the thread type and size for the heat exchanger on the radiator? I have an aftermarket cooler I will be fitting to my XJ but want to utilize the stock lines and quick disconnect mechanism for ease of use. Cheers
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Hey all, does anyone, by any chance know the thread type and size for the heat exchanger on the radiator? I have an aftermarket cooler I will be fitting to my XJ but want to utilize the stock lines and quick disconnect mechanism for ease of use. Cheers
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