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Old 10-25-2017, 10:31 AM
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Anybody got an extra transmission cooler they wanna let go of? Mine got bent.

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A little more info about your EX would be helpful. Diesel/Gas? From your profile, I see that you have a 2000 EX and live in AK. I have a trans cooler from a 2000 7.3 Diesel since I upgraded recently.
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You can't be pm'd yet due to low post count, go post some stuff. Not trading contact details in the clear or the mods will kick my butt.

Here's pics, enjoy the HD size lol
I'm in 99708

Perhaps I was wrong about what part I needed, I thought the larger cooler visible in my posted photo was the trans cooler. The photos you show don't look like what I need at all.

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A little more info about your EX would be helpful. Diesel/Gas? From your profile, I see that you have a 2000 EX and live in AK. I have a trans cooler from a 2000 7.3 Diesel since I upgraded recently.

It's a 6.8L V10, not too particular about what I get to replace it, just need something functional at this point.
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Patrick, you are likely talking about the A/C condenser if it is a LOT bigger than what he posted.
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+ 1 on A.C. condenser. Order of objects from grill to engine: trans cooler, small 12 to 36 rows of cooling
; A.C. condenser almost as tall as radiator but thinner
; Radiator with the obvious giant coolant lines
. I hope this helps with your I'd of the parts.
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A/C condenser is in front of your radiator.

If your AC is working it may be possible to bend it back. I'm serious. If not you needed a new one anyway and nothing lost. Was your radiator damaged also?
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A/C condenser is in front of your radiator.

If your AC is working it may be possible to bend it back. I'm serious. If not you needed a new one anyway and nothing lost. Was your radiator damaged also?
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Patrick, you are likely talking about the A/C condenser if it is a LOT bigger than what he posted.
Thanks guys, I haven't had a lot of time to look into this as I would like to, lots of work to be done to finish prepping for the winter to hit here in Alaska. That considered, I'm not too concerned about the AC at this point. The order of parts on mine though is definitely Grille - Condenser - Trans Cooler - Radiator

I got the new headlights and grille swapped on but now I have no turn signals and my driver head light isn't working. Any thoughts?
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Pretty sure the AC cycles for defrost cycles in these does it not? Dries the air when heated defrost is engaged I thought but I could be mistaken.
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Pretty sure the AC cycles for defrost cycles in these does it not? Dries the air when heated defrost is engaged I thought but I could be mistaken.
It does but generally doesn't cycle below freezing due to low pressure and the air is drier below freezing.
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I got the new headlights and grille swapped on but now I have no turn signals and my driver head light isn't working. Any thoughts?
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Fuse 21 in BJB is where I would look first. Each light is fused separately.
These pictures helped me when I was troubleshooting a driver's side low beam failure just last week. Thanks to Mike. It was a simple blown Fuse #21 in the BJB under the hood behind the driver's side Battery.
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Roof rack and cladding

Anyone near the mountains of NC need/want a roof rack or gold body clading let me know roof rack needs to be touched up on paint and the cladding is all good expect the passenger rear piece has a dent/ bad spot in it that may not be fixable
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Anyone near the mountains of NC need/want a roof rack or gold body clading let me know roof rack needs to be touched up on paint and the cladding is all good expect the passenger rear piece has a dent/ bad spot in it that may not be fixable
I will take it, if the shipping isn't too much to 60608
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I will take it, if the shipping isn't too much to 60608
sorry going to be local pick up only, itís took bulky to ship
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