Oil Cooler Adapter Gaskets...

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Old 18 Sep 2008, 09:00 am   #1 (permalink)
Toshi
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I have small leak started from the seal between the block and the oil
cooler, which sits in between the oil filter and the block. Do you
know what tool I need to replace it? I hate to find out that I need to
run out to get a right tool when the car is drained oil... I assume it
requires certain size socket or hex? Thank you!! Cheers all, -Toshi
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Old 18 Sep 2008, 11:49 am   #2 (permalink)
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Toshi wrote:
> I assume it
> requires certain size socket or hex?

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I'm not entirely certain, but I believe you will find it takes a 30mm
socket, like the valve cover and axle nut.
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Old 19 Sep 2008, 07:03 pm   #3 (permalink)
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They haven't used it since 1996. No wonder these engines are sludging
up.

My guess is that a small bolt should allow you to rotation free the
cooler like an oil filter (hoses off first, oil drained of course).
Get a gasket from Toyota or off an oil filter of the correct size.



On Sep 18, 7:00*am, Toshi <tshi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have small leak started from the seal between the block and the oil
> cooler, which sits in between the oil filter and the block. Do you
> know what tool I need to replace it? I hate to find out that I need to
> run out to get a right tool when the car is drained oil... I assume it
> requires certain size socket or hex? *Thank you!! *Cheers all, -Toshi


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